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Some influences of meteorological factors on flight activity of female horse flies (Diptera:Tabanidae)



Some influences of meteorological factors on flight activity of female horse flies (Diptera:Tabanidae)



Environmental Entomology 3(4): 515-521



Females of species of Tabanus were collected hourly in modified Malaise traps baited with solid carbon dioxide in Alabama in 1970 and 1971. Regression analyses of the numbers of flies collected and the values of various meteorological factors in the ranges observed indicated which factors influenced activity.

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