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Seasonal incidence of dipterous flies associated with cattle at Gauhati, Assam



Seasonal incidence of dipterous flies associated with cattle at Gauhati, Assam



Indian Journal of Parasitology 4(2): 183-185



The seasonal incidence is reported of 20 species of Diptera (mainly Muscidae and Tabanidae) collected in cattle sheds at a farm in Assam, India, in 1974-75. Numbers overall were highest in June-September.

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