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A method for determining pond inundation height for use in salt marsh mosquito control



A method for determining pond inundation height for use in salt marsh mosquito control



Mosquito News 43(2): 239-240



A method is described that was developed in California for determining pond inundation height for the control of salt-marsh mosquitoes (especially Aedes dorsalis (Mg.) and A. squamiger (Coq.)).

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