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Potential role of cliff swallow bugs (Oeciacus vicarius) in the ecology of western encephalitis virus


Potential role of cliff swallow bugs (Oeciacus vicarius) in the ecology of western encephalitis virus



Proceedings and papers of the Twenty eighth Annual Meeting of the Utah Mosquito Abatement Association, held at Sherwood Hills, Sardine Canyon, Cache County, September 28-29-30, 1975: 12



To confirm the importance of nestling house sparrows (Passer domesticus) in the amplification of western equine encephalitis virus in eastern Colorado, nestlings were bled in 1973; 23 strains of virus were isolated from 148 nestlings from 1 site. No isolations were made from mosquitoes in 1973. At this site, sparrows were nesting near cliff swallows, the nests of which were heavily infested with the cimicid Oeciacus vicarius Horv.

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