Contribution to the knowledge of ecodiversity and density of tsetse (Glossinidae) and other biting flies (Tabanidae and Stomoxyinae) in the fly controlled-infested livestock/wild life interface of the Adamawa plateau-Cameroon

  • Published 2015

Abstract

This present study seeks to contribute to knowledge of eco diversity and density of trypanosomiasis vectors in Adamawa Plateau of Cameroon. Ten Laveissiére traps were pitched in Alme and Faro Game Reserve and checked 24 hours every 4 days from December 2014 to June 2015. An overall scanty catch of 240 flies were recorded due to presence of impregnated… (More)

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@inproceedings{2015ContributionTT, title={Contribution to the knowledge of ecodiversity and density of tsetse (Glossinidae) and other biting flies (Tabanidae and Stomoxyinae) in the fly controlled-infested livestock/wild life interface of the Adamawa plateau-Cameroon}, author={}, year={2015} }