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Hybridization and some biological facts of seven strains of the Anopheles leucosphyrus group (Reid, 1968)



Hybridization and some biological facts of seven strains of the Anopheles leucosphyrus group (Reid, 1968)



Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology 32(4): 321-329



In relation to work on vector control, the evolutionary genetics of 7 strains of mosquitoes thought to be of the group of Anopheles leucosphyrus Don. (2 from Thailand, 3 from Sabah and 2 from Sarawak) were studied.

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