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A new effective biological pathogen for the control of mosquitoes



A new effective biological pathogen for the control of mosquitoes



Vestnik Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSRrecd 1983; (5): 38-43



Field trials carried out in lakes in various parts of Kazakhstan, USSR, with different temperatures, pH and organic components showed that Bacillus thuringiensis serotype H 14 was 100% effective in controlling larvae of Culex spp., Culiseta alaskaensis (Ludl.), Aedes spp. and Anopheles hyrcanus (Pall.).

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