Haematopota insidiatrix Austen (Diptera, Tabanidae) in Southern Rhodesia

@article{Barrass1959HaematopotaIA,
  title={Haematopota insidiatrix Austen (Diptera, Tabanidae) in Southern Rhodesia},
  author={R. Barrass},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1959},
  volume={184},
  pages={739-740}
}
THE fly-round technique has long been used in tsetse fly studies1,2. The procedure is to walk along a pre-determined route collecting those flies attracted to men, to bait-animals or to screens carried by men. Recent work in the Wankie National Park, Southern Rhodesia, has shown that this method is also effective for the study of Haematopota insidiatrix Austen. This insect is frequently a nuisance at Wankie, during the rainy season (November–February), because of its habit of following and… Expand
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THE ECOLOGY OF THE FEMALE HAEMATOPOTA INSIDIATRIX AUSTEN (DIPTERA, TABANIDAE) IN SOUTHERN RHODESIA
TLDR
The habitat of H. insidiatrix, in the region of Main Camp, Wankie National Park, is considered briefly and its seasonal occurrence and its activity throughout the day are studied. Expand

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