Reference numberCMB/51/63
TitleMemo, 'The importance of Glossina Bionomics in Relation to Sleeping Sickness'
DateJune 1913
DescriptionPrepared by Mr W F Fiske for the Tropical Diseases Committee. Outlines the course of sleeping sickness, and suggests that its elimination is most likely to be brought about through control of the 'insect vector' [tsetse fly] -- discusses the fly's ideal habitat and behaviour as revealed by his bionomic analysis -- raises questions that need to be investigated. p80.
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