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It is a pleasure to thank the many people who assisted this project and especially Mr B. Hursey, former Director of Tsetse Control Branch, Dr G. Vale and Mr V. Chadenga, his successors, and Mr W. Shereni, Chief Glossinologist. Their consistent support was matched by that of the late Mr M. Watson and Mr A. Tainsh, Senior Natural Resources Advisers of the Overseas Development Administration.
Fieldwork depended heavily upon others and notably Dr H.P.Q. Crick, Mr F. Cotterell, Mr J. Diza, Mrs B. Douthwaite, Miss M.R. Douthwaite, Mr A. Gusha, Mr K. Hustler, Mr Z. Kapfumo, Mr P. Karasa, Mr L. Kubanga, Mr H. Mafara, Mr K. Mujinga, Mr. W. Muzamba, Mr H. Ncube, Miss A. Popovich, Mr M. Sibanda, Mr T. Sithole, Miss C. Smith, Miss C. Towner, Miss S. Wales-Smith, Mrs E. Wood and the Zimbabwe Falconers' Club.
Thanks are also due to Mr R. Allsopp, Dr G. Armstrong, Miss E. Barnett, Mr J. Barrett, Dr R. Beales, Dr B. Blake, Mr B. Bolton, Dr R. Booth, Dr D.G. Broadley, Dr R. Cheke, Dr S. Chimbuya, Miss A. Cobb, Dr A. Coneybeare, Mr J. Cox, Dr M. Cox, Dr C. Craig, Dr B.R. Critchley, Dr J.M. Dangerfield, Dr R. Davies, Mr M. Day, Mr J. Deeming, Dr R.H. Disney, Miss J. Ellis, Prof. M.B. Fenton, Mr C. Gay, Dr D. Gibson, Dr K. Harris, Dr C. Hodgson, Dr R. Jocque, Mr A. Kumirai, Miss S. Lauer, Mrs J. Laurence, Mr D. F. Lovemore, Prof. J.P. Loveridge, Mr D. MacFarlane, Dr D.S. Madge, Dr R. Madge, Dr J. Magor, Dr R. Martin, Mr A. Masterson, Mr P. Matthiessen, Dr S. Mazur, Dr J. Minshull, Mr B. Muchenje, Dr P. Mundy, Mr J. Murphy, Dr J. Noyse, Mr J. Perfect, Dr R.J. Phelps, Prof. P.A. Racey, Mr F. Robinson, Dr A. Russell-Smith, Mr A. Serle, Mr B. Schoeman, Dr S. Taiti, Dr J. Tarbit, Dr R. Taylor, Dr S.R. Telford, Mr L. Toet, Dr B. Turner, Dr J.A. Wallwork, Dr I. White and Mr T. Wijers who helped in a variety of ways and, finally, to Mrs K. Whitwell and Mr P. Birkett, for editing and presenting our disparate reports as a coherent whole.
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