(PR) The devil-fly or Glossina palpalis, a rare African fly (distantly related to the 'Glossina marsitans' or tsetse. Once infected by biting animals with the germ trypanosoma gambiense (sleeping sickness) it becomes a 'devil-fly' infecting all it bites. Upon the death of the victim, the soul of the victim enters the form of the fly. It is said that intermuscular injections of tryparsamide can cure the bite of the devil-fly.

([P.Rev.] "Winged Death")

See also: Glossina palpalis