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Non-cyclical transmission of trypanosomiasis in Uganda. I. Abundance and biting behaviour of Tabanidae and Stomoxys. II. Experimental assessment of the survival time of Trypanosoma brucei in Stomoxys calcitrans



Non-cyclical transmission of trypanosomiasis in Uganda. I. Abundance and biting behaviour of Tabanidae and Stomoxys. II. Experimental assessment of the survival time of Trypanosoma brucei in Stomoxys calcitrans



Veterinary Record 89(9): 228-233, 233-235



Of 10,489 biting flies during daylight in July and August 1970 at Nkumba, near Entebbe, Uganda, 55% were Stomoxys calcitrans, 26.8( S. nigra, 6.3% Tabanus par, 4.1% S. brunnipes, 2.7% T. thoracinus, 1.4% Glossina fuscipes and 1.3% S. transvittata. The hourly variations in activity of these species and their relative abundance in different classes of vegetation are reported.S. calcitrans was allowed to bite cattle experimentally infected with T. brucei, stabilate EATRO 38.

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