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Observations on morphological variations in different mosquito species of Chittagong, Bangladesh


, : Observations on morphological variations in different mosquito species of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Zoology, 111: 17-24

Examination of more than 8000 adults of 19 species of mosquitoes collected at Chittagong, Bangladesh, between May 1981 and April 1982 revealed that 506 adults of 6 species exhibited variations from the type morphological forms.

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