Phenetic and genetic structure of tsetse fly populations (Glossina palpalis palpalis) in southern Ivory Coast Full Text
Parasites & Vectors, 07/31/2012
Dramane K et al. – Both markers suggested that a successful control of tsetse in Abidjan would require the three Abidjan sites to be considered together, either by deploying control measures simultaneously in all three sites, or by a continuous progression of interventions following for instance the ``rolling carpet' principle. To compare the geometry of wing venation of tsetse flies is a cheap and fast technique. Agreement with the microsatellite approach highlights its potential for rapid assessment of population structure.