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Visual responses of tsetse to stationary targets


Insect Science and its Application, 55: 331-334
Visual responses of tsetse to stationary targets
In this review, it is pointed out that a wide range of objects has been designed to attract Glossina, such as simple cloth screens, or to both attract and catch them, traps of varying degrees of complexity. The shape and size of these objects affect the number of flies that are attracted to their vicinity and those that actually alight on them or, in the case of traps, are caught by them.


Accession: 001507919

DOI: 10.1017/S1742758400008614



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