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Preliminary studies on the laboratory colonization of Anopheles sinensis Wiedemann and its susceptibility to Brugia malayi (Brug) (subperiodic strain) and Brugia pahangi (Buckley and Edeson)


Preliminary studies on the laboratory colonization of Anopheles sinensis Wiedemann and its susceptibility to Brugia malayi (Brug) (subperiodic strain) and Brugia pahangi (Buckley and Edeson)



Philippine Entomologist 6(3): 221-229



A laboratory colony of Anopheles sinensis (a suspected vector of Brugia malayi) was reared in the Philippines from wild females collected in Selangor in Malaysia. The larvae were reared in an infusion of rice stalks in de-ionized water into which a larval diet was introduced containing casein, Farex baby food, liver powder, dried yeast, vitamins, oatmeal and wheat germ, in a room maintained at about 80% RH and 80 degrees F.

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