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The effect of form of faeces (whether in compact pads, or scattered) on survival of infective larvae was negligible. The longest survival of larvae was observed on plots contaminated with faeces in Oct., Nov. and Dec. Larvae were recovered for as long as eight months (Oct. to May), but average...

Williams, J. C.; Bilkovich, F. R.
Journal of Parasitology, 1971, 57, pp 327-338