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Spectral sensitivity of stable, face, and horn flies and behavioral responses of stable flies to visual traps (Diptera: Muscidae)



Spectral sensitivity of stable, face, and horn flies and behavioral responses of stable flies to visual traps (Diptera: Muscidae)



Environmental Entomology 12(6): 1823-1828



Haematobia irritans and other flies, spectral sensitivities of compound eyes in laboratory-reared and field-collected flies to visual traps, spectral reflectance of various trap surfaces

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DOI: 10.1093/ee/12.6.1823



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