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Biting Midge Experts - Specifically Biters of Humans
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Posted on 08-06-2016 01:19

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Does anyone know of any researchers in the area of biting midges which only bite humans such as culicoides parensis for example?
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Try contacting Patricya Dominiak (http://www.dipter...ookup=1105). She may be able to give you the right contact.

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Thanks Paul. I'm in contact with her.
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