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Control of adults


, : Control of adults. Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Stations, University of Florida (852): 139-147

A review of the past and present chemical control of the adults of Aedes taeniorhynchus and Aedes sollicitans in Florida is given, particularly with regard to the equipment and techniques used in ground and aerial applications of insecticides, and insecticide resistance.

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