"Biology of Blood Sucking Insects" is a "topic-led" investigation of the biological themes common to the lives of haematophagous insects. Chapters cover the importance of blood-sucking insects and their economic and socialimpact; the evolution of the blood-sucking habit, feeding preferences, and host locations; the ingestion of blood by different groups and their various physiological adaptations; host-insect interactions and parasites transmitted by blood-sucking insects; and the different groups of insects mentioned in the text, serving as a useful quick-reference section.
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