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Variation in oviposition, hatch rate and setal morphology in laboratory strains of Aedes albopictus



Variation in oviposition, hatch rate and setal morphology in laboratory strains of Aedes albopictus



Mosquito News: 422: 196-201



Adult females of a laboratory strain of Aedes albopictus (Skuse) from an urban area of Japan laid eggs readily on a piece of sponge containing tap water; 95% of these eggs hatched in tap water within 10 days. Under the same conditions, females from a strain from a natural forest laid 80% fewer eggs, which hatched sporadically over several months. However, the forest strain gradually became similar to the urban one during colony maintenance in the laboratory.

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