Insect vectors of animal diseases

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Insects, particularly mosquitoes and flies, are the largest category of intermediate hosts for a wide variety of important animal diseases. Controlling the insect population is a major factor in controlling the diseases. Some of the major animal diseases which are transmitted by insects include: encephalitis, tularaemia, bubonic plague, anthrax, trypanosomiasis, distomatosis, babesiosis, theileriosis and African horse sickness.
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