Dispersal of a blow fly, Calliphora nigribarbis, in relation to the dissemination of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus.

@article{Tsuda2009DispersalOA,
  title={Dispersal of a blow fly, Calliphora nigribarbis, in relation to the dissemination of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus.},
  author={Yoshio Tsuda and Toshihiko Hayashi and Yukiko Higa and Keita Hoshino and Shinji Kasai and Takashi Tomita and Hiromu Kurahashi and Mutsuo Kobayashi},
  journal={Japanese journal of infectious diseases},
  year={2009},
  volume={62 4},
  pages={294-7}
}
A mark-release-recapture study of the dispersal ability of blow flies, Calliphora nigribarbis, was conducted in Ikumo-Naka, Ato Town, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan in December 2004. A location where a fatal avian influenza outbreak had occurred 1 year previously was selected for the present study. A total of 3,884 C. nigribarbis were collected, 1,915 of which were marked and released from 4 different collection sites during 2 successive days. The recapture rate of the released C. nigribarbis… CONTINUE READING

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