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Susceptibility of Phlebotomus papatasi to DDT in the most important focus of zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis, Isfahan Province, Iran



Susceptibility of Phlebotomus papatasi to DDT in the most important focus of zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis, Isfahan Province, Iran



Journal of Entomological Society of Iran ?1994; 12&13: 6-7, Pe 27-37



During 1990-91, the susceptibility to 4% DDT of P. papatasi collected from dwellings in several villages in the rural districts of Varzaneh and Borkhar, Isfahan, Iran, was tested using a standard WHO method. In this programme, 72 series of susceptibility tests were carried out on a total of 2360 fed P. papatasi collected by aspiration from 6 villages. The results showed that P. papatasi is tolerant to DDT in Borkhar, north of Isfahan. LT50 and LT90 values were calculated in both areas.

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