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Adult Mosquito DVDThe Armed Forces Pest Management Board (AFPMB) announces the availability of a new DVD entitled “Interactive Program for Teaching Adult Mosquito Morphology.” This educational teaching tool is designed to provide a self-paced course of instruction that will enable medical personnel to confidently identify adult mosquitoes in the absence of a professional mosquito taxonomist. The program comprises four parts: a tutorial in adult mosquito morphology; student identification practice using 40 specimens; a glossary of adult mosquito morphology; and a collection of over 400 diagrams of adult mosquitoes to assist the user in learning and identification. The program was developed by Dr. George W. Schultz [Commander, U.S. Navy (Retired)], with assistance from AFPMB Staff Members Dr. Richard G. Robbins and Mr. David W. Hill. 

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Larval Mosquito CD GraphicThe Information Services Division announces the availability of a new product entitled Interactive Program for Teaching Larval Mosquito Morphology. This educational teaching tool, distributed on DVD, is designed to provide a self-paced course of instruction that will enable medical personnel to confidently identify mosquito larvae in the absence of a professional mosquito taxonomist. The program comprises four parts: a tutorial in larval mosquito morphology, student identification practice using 24 specimens, a glossary of larval mosquito morphology, and a collection of over 800 chaetotaxy diagrams to assist the user in learning and identification. The program was developed by CDR George W. Schultz, with assistance from Dr. Richard G. Robbins and Mr. David W. Hill.

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Tick CD GraphicThe Information Services Division announces the availability of a new CD entitled Interactive Program for Teaching Tick Morphology.  This educational teaching tool is designed to provide a self-paced course of instruction that will enable medical personnel to confidently identify ticks in the absence of a professional tick taxonomist.  The program comprises five parts: a tutorial in tick morphology, demonstrations in identifying ticks by an expert, student identification practice sessions, a glossary of tick morphology, and a collection of tick identification keys.  The program was compiled by CDR George W. Schultz, Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; Dr. Richard G. Robbins, ISD; and Mr. David W. Hill, AFPMB.

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