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The epidemiology of Fasciola gigantica infection in buffaloes and cattle in Northeast Thailand is discussed. The average prevalence of the disease is 15.7% in cattle and 25.4% in buffaloes. A fascioliasis control strategy is outlined.

Author(s)
Srikitjakarn, L.; Pholpark, M.; Leidl, K.; Loehr, K. F.; Hoerchner, F.
Citation
Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1988, 18, 1, pp 9-22
Abstract

Various vector control measures were applied and compared in different endemic areas in 2 provinces of Thailand, Saraburi and Chanthaburi, where the malaria vectors included Anopheles dirus, A. maculatus and A. minimus. The insect growth regulator (IGR) pyriproxyfen was introduced to a stream at...

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Kanda, T.; Bunnag, D.; Deesin, V.; Deesin, T.; Leemingsawat, S.; Komalamistra, N.; Thimasarn, K.; Sucharit, S.
Citation
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1995, 26, 1, pp 154-163
Abstract

At Kasetsart University experimental agricultural area, the breeding sites of Culex gelidus and C. fuscocephalus were found to be in waste water around pig pens and cattle shelters, while C. tritaeniorhynchus bred chiefly in roadside ditches, plantation sites and rice fields. Light trap catches...

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Phanthumachinda, B.
Citation
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1989, 20, 4, pp 635-637
Abstract

Anopheles minimus was originally considered one of the most anthropophilic and endophilic of the malaria vectors and one of the easiest to control by house-spraying with DDT. In fact this proved to be the case in most parts of its distribution in far-eastern countries. However, in a few areas,...

Author(s)
Nutsathapana, S.; Sawasdiwongphorn, P.; Chitprarop, U.; Cullen, J. R.
Citation
Bulletin of Entomological Research, 1986, 76, 2, pp 303-312

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