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Re: Biting gnats bring filaria worms
 

Protozoa, Amoeba, Pin Worms?
Hulda Clark Cleanses


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Re: Biting gnats bring filaria worms


Thanks for the articles Sharkman. Very interesting and extremely useful in my research!
Something I've been curious about with these types of infections is; would having one of these vector-borne parasites attract more of the gnats/midges? Or maybe could it be that myiasis from an infected gnat causing a sort of hyperparasitism?
It's one of the many pieces to the puzzle that I baffled with. I'm having difficulty finding info on this specific aspect.

Thanks again.
 
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