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A comparative evaluation of methods for catching blood-sucking mosquitoes. Communication 2. The seasonal course of abundance and the daily rhythm of biting activity according to the results of capture by different methods



A comparative evaluation of methods for catching blood-sucking mosquitoes. Communication 2. The seasonal course of abundance and the daily rhythm of biting activity according to the results of capture by different methods



Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 60(1): 13-18



In a study of the daily rhythm of activity and the seasonal population dynamics of mosquitoes (chiefly Aedes vexans (Mg.)) made in the Irkutsk region, USSR, in 1977 and the Buryat Republic in 1979, adults were captured with a bell and sweep net and were taken individually on man 3-5 times during the hours of greatest biting activity, so as to sample the peak period.

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