Warblefly, Botfly or Dermatobia sp. ????

ctfaulkn at utkvx.utk.edu ctfaulkn at utkvx.utk.edu
Thu Jan 5 07:39:53 EST 1995

In Article <1995Jan5.183957.23948 at rzu-news.unizh.ch>
lucas at molbio2.unizh.ch (Lucas Leuzinger) writes:
>I need for my diploma-thesis some or any information about the BOTFLY or the
>WARBLEFLY,  Dermatobia hominis (Oestridae), that live in warm Central- and
>Southamerica ...
>Do you know any specialist or person working on this subject, or parasitic
>flies in general ???, any source of information ??
	I would start with the card catalog of my library to find a couple
	of relevant entomology texts, then proceed to a Medline search
	to identify a couple of recent papers on the topic.  Hope this
	is helpful.

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