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Control of larvae


, : Control of larvae. Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Stations, University of Florida (852): 124-138

An account of the control of the larvae of Aedes taeniorhynchus and Aedes sollicitans in Florida is given, with notes on chemical, biological and integrated control and control by habitat modification.

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