A Preliminary Study of Kentucky Localities in Which Pellagra Is Prevalent (Classic Reprint)
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (23 Jun. 2016)
By: H. Garman (Author)
It may be explained at this point that I was aware that Fall is not the most favorable season to look for the ﬂ:ies. The late Dr. Riley, who studied the buffalo and turkey gnats (simulium pecuarum and S. Meridionale) some years ago, declared indeed that the species were one-brooded. It was known to me, however, that some of our species pro duce more than one annual brood, and in any case it seemed best to study the locality and familiarize myself with the dis ease in order that I might not lose time in the Spring when the ﬂ:ies of the genus generally appear in great numbers.
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