East Africa and the Tsetse Fly

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1937
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Kirkpatrick W.T
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Tropical Africa covers an area of some four and a half million square miles. Nearly two thirds of this is infested by one or more of the twenty one species of the genus Glossina-dull, insignificant looking flies known as tsetses. Perhaps the word is a corruption of the Swahili inzi.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, II (No.5), p. 411-415
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