Ketri Oda Environment and Land Use March 1997

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1997
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Kenya Trypanosomiasis Research Institute
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In Kenya, several trap types are currently in use for catching tsetse flies, of which the most common are the Ngu, F3, Epsilon and Biconical. The catches of Glossina pallidipes and G. longipennis by these four trap types were compared in Galana Ranch, Kenya. For G. allidipes females the Ngu and Epsilon traps performed better than the Biconical trap, and the F3 was intermediate. There was no effect of trap type on the catch of males. The Ngu, Epsilon and F3 traps all performed better than the Biconical trap for both male and female G. longipennis.
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