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Fourteen species of lachryphagous geometrids and pyralids were caught in northern Sumatra, Indonesia, but only Hypochrosis hyadaria, Semiothisa eleonora, S. nora, Pionea damastesalis and Botyodes principalis were actively seen sucking tears from the eyes of water buffalo. Some of these, and an...

Bänziger, H.
Heterocera Sumatrana, 1988, 2, 6, pp 133-144

Fenitrothion (40% w.d.p.) was evaluated over 3 spray cycles at 6-monthly intervals during 1981-82 in Regency Banjarnegara, Central Java. There were 4 test areas, 3 of them having areas of about 70 km2, 53 000 people and 12 000 houses. Two spraying strategies were compared: full coverage, where the...

Gandahusada, S.; Fleming, G. A.; Sukamto (et al.)
World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 1984, 62, 5, pp 783-794

The results of residual spraying of houses for 28 years against mosquitoes in the Province of Central Java, Indonesia, is reviewed in terms of resistance in Anopheles aconitus Don. to DDT, which was first detected in 1962 and spread continuously in the following years. In most areas, malaria...

Bang, Y. H.; Arwati, S.; Gandahusada, S.
Medical Journal of Malaysia, 1982, 37, 4, pp 308-315

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