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A new design of canopied counting trap for estimating the number of bloodsucking Diptera

A new design of canopied counting trap for estimating the number of bloodsucking Diptera

Parazitologiia 27(4): 354-358

A modified trap for quantitative estimations of bloodsucking insects is described. It is shown, that this trap has a number of advantages. Technical description, recommendations on constructing and exploitation are provided.

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