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Changes in the structure of faunistic complexes of blood-sucking Diptera as a result of drainage improvement


, : Changes in the structure of faunistic complexes of blood-sucking Diptera as a result of drainage improvement. Vliyanie khozyaistvennoi deyatel' nosti cheloveka na bespozvonochnykh: recd 1983; 124-138

The fauna and abundance of blood-sucking Culicidae and Ceratopogonidae and the effects on them of drainage were studied in various biotopes in the Belorussian forest region, USSR. Reductions in soil moisture caused by drainage and the consequent transformations in vegetation resulted in a 2.2-fold reduction in the abundance of mosquitoes and a 4-fold reduction in that of midges.

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