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Bed bugs in Britain






Parasitology Today 5(4): 100-102

Bed bugs in Britain

Figures are given for the number of premises treated for infestations of Cimex lectularius in England and Wales (7771 in April 1985-April 1986; 6179 in 1986-1987), Scotland (43 in 1985, 20 in 1986) and Belfast, Northern Ireland (188 in April 1987-April 1988).

Accession: 002308608

DOI: 10.1016/0169-4758(89)90045-8

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