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Host-feeding patterns of Japanese mosquitoes I. Blood meal sources of some mosquitoes in a paddy area



Host-feeding patterns of Japanese mosquitoes I. Blood meal sources of some mosquitoes in a paddy area



Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology 31(4): 283-288



The blood-meal sources of field-caught engorged mosquitoes were identified by agar gel diffusion tests. The mosquitoes were captured in a rice-growing area on the outskirts of Sendai in northern Japan in 1968-69. Two categories of Culex tritaeniorhynchus Giles were taken: samples containing some partial feeders, trapped while flying from one host to another at night; and samples consisting of fully engorged females resting during the day.

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