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Ricardo Rocha said: "These winner species are providing a valuable free service to Madagascar as biological pest suppressors," "We found that six species of bat are preying on rice pests such as the paddy swarming caterpillar and grass webworm. The damage that these insects cause puts the island's farmers under huge financial pressure and that encourages deforestation" External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, December 11, 2018 4:09:00 PM CET

Ricardo Rocha said: "Bats have a bad reputation in Madagascar because they are seen as a nuisance when they roost in buildings," "The problem is that while these bats are benefiting from farming, deforestation is also denying them places to roost. With the right help, we hope that farmers can promote this mutually beneficial relationship by installing bat houses" External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, December 11, 2018 4:09:00 PM CET

Ricardo Rocha said: “These winner species are providing a valuable free serviceto Madagascar as biological pest suppressors,” “We found that six species of bat are preying on rice pests such as the paddy swarming caterpillarand grass webworm. The damage that these insects cause puts the island’s farmers under huge financial pressure and that encourages deforestation” External link

alphagalileo Tuesday, December 11, 2018 11:21:00 AM CET

Ricardo Rocha said: “Bats have a bad reputation in Madagascar because they are seen as a nuisance when they roost in buildings,” “The problem is that while these bats are benefiting from farming, deforestation is also denying them places to roost. With the right help, we hope that farmers can promote this mutually beneficial relationship by installing bat houses” External link

alphagalileo Tuesday, December 11, 2018 11:21:00 AM CET

Diane Gashumba déclaré: "J'encourage vivement tous les pays africains à se joindre à ce mouvement et à adopter une approche centrée sur les populations pour éliminer les MTN" External link

al-wihda Sunday, December 2, 2018 9:50:00 PM CET

Ban Ki Moon stated: “The countries of the South are building new models of development cooperation that emphasize mutual benefit and solidarity as well as cost-effectiveness. This is helping to provide people with improved access to affordable medicines, technology and credit” External link

millennium-project Saturday, December 1, 2018 4:09:00 AM CET

George Poinar said: "Feeding on vertebrate blood evolved as an efficient way for certain insects and acarines to get protein for growth and reproduction," External link

eurekalert Tuesday, November 27, 2018 4:58:00 PM CET

George Poinar said: "Numerous malaria species parasitize vertebrates today, and we now know that over the past 100 million years, malaria was being vectored by mosquitoes, biting midges, bat flies and ticks," "Obtaining fossil records of pathogens carried by biting arthropods establishes a timeline when and where various diseases appeared and how they could have affected the survival, extinction and distribution of vertebrates over time" External link

eurekalert Tuesday, November 27, 2018 4:58:00 PM CET

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