Are tsetse found all over Africa?

Tsetse infest some ten million square kilometres of sub-Saharan Africa, extending from Mali and Ethiopia in the north to Angola and South Africa in the south. (see map below)

Choose from the table below to see the distributions of particular species. The maps were kindly provided by the FAO PAATIS (Programme Against African Trypanosomosis) (PAAT) developers. To see details of these and other maps, and the methods used to produce them, visit the PAATIS website