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Laboratory culture of african phlebotomine sand flies diptera psychodidae



Laboratory culture of african phlebotomine sand flies diptera psychodidae



Bulletin de la Societe Zoologique de France 109(1): 71-86



The embryonic and post-embryonic development of 10 spp. and 3 spp. of African phlebotomine sand-flies [Sergentomyia dureni, S. ingrami, S. moreli, S hamoni, S. bedfordi spp., S, firmata, S. media, S, ghesquierei, S. impudica, S, dyemkoumai, S, africana africana, S. magna and S. schwetzi] was monitored. The various phases of incubation, larval stages I-IV, and pupal, were studied and their duration determined. The number of eggs laid and the yield of cultures was also noted. It is possible to obtain permanent cultures of several species. This opens up prospects for further research in various fields, including parasitology and population genetics.

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