Breeding Sites of Stomoxys spp (Diptera: Muscidae), a Preliminary Study in the Makokou Region (North-East-Gabon)

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  title={Breeding Sites of Stomoxys spp (Diptera: Muscidae), a Preliminary Study in the Makokou Region (North-East-Gabon)},
  author={Jacques François Mavoungou and Rodrigue Mintsa Nguema and Genevi{\`e}ve Lydie Acapovi and Rol and Zinga Koumba and Franck Mounioko and Sevidzem Silas Lendzele and Ingrid Kindzi Bakakas and Jeremie Roger Lionel Gilles and G{\'e}rard Duvallet and Bertr and M’batchi and Nicolas Picard},
  year={2017}
}
In order to circumscribe the breeding sites of stomoxes in the Makokou region, eight potentially favorable environments were sampled from January to June 2007 in three habitats: primary and secondary forest (natural environments) and the anthropic environment (artificial or disturbed areas). In the primary forest, three types of substrates were collected: litter, elephant dung and Cephalophus droppings. In the secondary forest, two types of substrates: litter and monkey droppings. In villages… 

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