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Volume 11, Number 4—April 2005

Research

Bed Bug Infestations in an Urban Environment

Stephen W. Hwang*†Comments to Author , Tomislav J. Svoboda*†, Iain J. De Jong‡, Karl J. Kabasele§, and Evie Gogosis*
Author affiliations: *St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, Canada; †University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; ‡City of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; and; §Toronto Public Health, Toronto, Canada

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Time course of bed bug infestations in homeless shelters in Toronto. Shaded boxes indicate periods of infestation, X indicates peak period (if reported), and → indicates infestation ongoing as of spring 2004. Sp, spring (March, April, May); Su, summer (June, July, August); F, fall (September, October, November); W, winter (December, January, February).

Figure 2. Time course of bed bug infestations in homeless shelters in Toronto. Shaded boxes indicate periods of infestation, X indicates peak period (if reported), and → indicates infestation ongoing as of spring 2004. Sp, spring (March, April, May); Su, summer (June, July, August); F, fall (September, October, November); W, winter (December, January, February).

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