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Characteristics of emergence of zoophilous flies in and around animal-breeding complexes


, : Characteristics of emergence of zoophilous flies in and around animal-breeding complexes. Diagnostika zaraznykh zabolevanii sel' skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh: 82-85

The emergence of flies in and around cattle-breeding complexes in the Tatar SSR, USSR, was studied between 1975 and 1980. Most fly larvae in cattle-sheds developed in the litter for calves and in the dung under the feeding racks. Around the breeding complexes, adult flies emerged from dung.


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