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A new sampling technique for studying population dynamics of tsetse flies



A new sampling technique for studying population dynamics of tsetse flies



Proceedings of the first National Conference on Tsetse and Trypanosomiasis Research in Nigeria: Kaduna Nigeria 10-12 August 1981 edited by AA Ilemobade sponsored by Ahmadu Bello University et al: 4




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