Training Manual for
TESTSE CONTROL PERSONNEL
Ecology and behaviour of tsetse
Edited by J.N. Pollock, M.Sc. Ph.D.
Reprinted 1992, 1996
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CHAPTER 1 - ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR OF TSETSE
1.2 Tsetse behaviour
1.3 Tsetse populations
CHAPTER 2 - ECOLOGY OF MORSITANS GROUP SPECIES .
2.1 Ecology of Glossina Morsitans
2.2 Ecology of Glossina Swynnertoni
2.3 Ecology of Glossina Longipalpis
2.4 Ecology of Glossina Pallidipes
2.5 Ecology of Glossina Austeni
CHAPTER 3 - ECOLOGY OF PALPALIS GROUP SPECIES .
3.1 Ecology of Glossina Palpalis Gambiensis
3.2 Ecology of Glossina Palpalis Palpalis .
3.3 Ecology of Glossina Fuscipes
3.4 Ecology of Glossina Tachinoides
3.5 Ecology of Glossina Caliginea and G. pallicera.
CHAPTER 4 - ECOLOGY OF FUSCA GROUP SPECIES
4.1 Ecology of Glossina Longipennis
4.2 Ecology of G. brevipalpis
4.3 Ecology of other fusca group flies