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Feeding activities of forest breeding mosquitoes, particular reference to Aedes alboscutellatus



Feeding activities of forest breeding mosquitoes, particular reference to Aedes alboscutellatus



Korean Journal of Entomology, 112: 7-10



The feeding activity of forest-breeding mosquitoes was studied at the public recreation ground in the Kwangnung National Forest, South Korea, in the summer of 1977. Of the 6 species collected on man, Aedes alboscutellatus (Theo.) formed 85.3% of the total and was found feeding in all 24 h of the day, with peaks between 20.00 and 22.00 h and between 04.00 and 06.00 h.

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