A New East African Tsetse-fly (Genus Glossina, Wied.) which apparently disseminates Sleeping Sickness.

@article{AustenANE,
  title={A New East African Tsetse-fly (Genus Glossina, Wied.) which apparently disseminates Sleeping Sickness.},
  author={Ernest Edward Austen},
  journal={Bulletin of Entomological Research},
  volume={13},
  pages={311-315}
}
  • E. E. Austen
  • Published 1 November 1922
  • Biology
  • Bulletin of Entomological Research
Although within the last few years—chiefly owing to the diagnostic ability and brilliant technical skill of Professor Robert Newstead, F.R.S.—several additions have been made to the list of recognised species of Glossina , the numerical total of which now stands at nineteen, the Glossina morsitans Group has not received a single accession. Peculiar interest therefore attaches to the discovery of the species described below, not only by reason of its apparent pathogenic importance,* but also on… 
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