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Biting Midges: Biology and Public Health Risk

Biting Midges: Biology and Public Health Risk Product code: E-250-W

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Biting midges are minute to tiny flies that can be severe biting pests of humans, pests, livestock, and wildlife. Their blood-sucking habits also raise concerns about possible involvement in the transmission of disease agents. You are encouraged to learn more about the biology of biting midges so that you can avoid being bitten and be better informed about their public health risk.

Produced

5/1/2010

Author

Catherine A. Hill; John F. MacDonald;

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