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Occurrence of fungi in the alimentary canal of certain blood-sucking flies in Egypt


Occurrence of fungi in the alimentary canal of certain blood-sucking flies in Egypt



Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift 63(4): 131-133



ISSN/ISBN: 0043-535X

A mycological examination was made of the alimentary tract of 50 adults each of Stomoxys sitiens Rond. and Hippobosca equina L. and 25 adults each of Tabanus gratus Lw. and T. taeniola P. de B. collected in Egypt. Fungi or bacteria were found in the gut of 44 examples of S. sitiens; yeasts formed about 50% of the isolates and included species of the genera Candida, Torulopsis, Cryptococcus, Trichosporium and Rhodotorula.

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