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Comparative study of the captures of Simulium on man and animals (horses and mules) in the focus of onchocerciasis in Chiapas, Mexico


Comparative study of the captures of Simulium on man and animals (horses and mules) in the focus of onchocerciasis in Chiapas, Mexico



Medicina, Mex 32: 73-80



In order to establish the host-preference (domestic animals or man) of the various species of Simulium known to exist in the main focus of Onchocerca infestation in the State of Chiapas, Mexico, the flies were captured during the forenoon in 40 representative areas in that zone in 1945-48, using as "bait" horses, mules, and human beings with bare thorax, arms and thighs.

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