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The effect of age on the mating competitiveness of male ...

Abila PP, Kiendrebeogo M, Mutika GN, Parker AG, Robinson AS. 2003. The effect of age on the mating competitiveness of male Glossina fuscipes fuscipes and G. palpalis palpalis .

Field trials of various models of the pyramid trap on ...

Entomol. exp. appl. 54: 281-286, 1990. O 1990 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in Belgium. 28 1 Field trials of various models of the pyramid trap on Glossina palpalis in the Congo Jean-Paul Gouteux' & Dominique Sinda ORSTOM, Institut français de recherche scientgque pour le développement ...

Tsetse flies

They can be divided into three distinct groups or subgenera: Austenia ( G. fusca group), Nemorhina ( G. palpalis group) and Glossina ( G. morsitans group).

Trypanosoma brucei brucei induces alteration in the

© 2007 The Authors Journal compilation © 2007 The Royal Entomological Society 1 Insect Molecular Biology (2007) doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2583.2007.00761.x Trypanosoma brucei brucei induces alteration in the head proteome of the tsetse fly vector Glossina palpalis gambiensis T. Lefèvre*, F. Thomas ...

Atoms for pest control

By that date, basic amenities had been provided for colonizing Glossina palpalis palpalis, the target species of tsetse. A number of staff were seconded to the project by the Federal Department of Pest Control Services, and by the Nigerian Institute for Trypanosomiasis Research.

Learning Affects Host Preference in Tsetse Flies

Moreover, G. palpalis gambiensis is considered to be opportunistic but not host specific (2, 16). In the choice situations, teneral G. palpalis gambiensis showed a clear preference for the bovid over the monitor lizard, a fact that could be accounted for by the host size alone in the confines of the stable.

The Sterile Insect Technique for Control of Tsetse Flies in ...

Female tsetse fly of the species Glossina palpalis palpalis R.D Distribution of tsetse flies on the African continent. Shaded areas indicate the tsetse fly infested areas.

Glossina White Paper 2007

Glossina morsitans morsitans (Gmm ) and Glossina palpalis palpalis ( Gpp ) as disease vectors Tsetse flies are organized under 3 species complexes: morsitans, palpalis and austani na.


RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The results show that (Table 1 and 2) showed that Shrub land with herbaceous cover which is moderately suitable for the morsitans group and is less suitable for the palpalis group, covers the largest portion of 28-30% of the study area.

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KEYWORDS : Tsetse Flies; Glossina palpalis; G. pallidipes; Survival Rate; Populations. Introduction Forces act on a population determining its distribution and abundance.