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The effect of drainage improvement on the fauna and abundance of blood-sucking Ceratopogonidae



The effect of drainage improvement on the fauna and abundance of blood-sucking Ceratopogonidae



Problems of parasitology Proceedings of the VIIIth Scientific Conference of Parasitologists of the Ukrainian SSR Volume 2: Problemy Parazitologii Materialy VIII Nauchnoi Konferentsii Parazitologov USSR Chast' 2: recd 1977; 218-219



Drainage of marshlands in the Luninets area of the Brest region of Belorussia, USSR, caused the disappearance of extensive breeding places of Ceratopogonidae, and this in turn led to a significant reduction in their numbers. The species that remained were mainly those with a wide capacity for adaptation, such as Culicoides punctatus (Mg.), C. fascipennis (Staeg.), C. pallidicornis Kieff. and C. obsoletus (Mg.).

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