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D Strickman, D V Hagan
Activity of adult, female Chrysops variegatus was studied for 17 months near AregĂșa, Paraguay. The population was sampled by walking along a forest path while swinging an insect net. Results of sampling indicated that this species followed no seasonal pattern of activity. Fluctuation in activity appeared to follow a 13-week cycle. Meteorological effects on activity were studied during 2 weeks of peak tabanid abundance. Temperature, humidity, and wind accounted for 89% of the variation observed during the 23 weeks...
June 1986: Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association
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