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Ecology of Aedes species: factors influencing larval abundance in artifical treeholes in the Panhandle of Florida after Toxorhynchites r. rutilus releases



Ecology of Aedes species: factors influencing larval abundance in artifical treeholes in the Panhandle of Florida after Toxorhynchites r. rutilus releases



Journal of the Florida Mosquito Control Association 64(1): 6-13



In a study conducted from 27 April to 5 October 1990, A. triseriatus was the major initial colonizer of little black jars (LBJs) at 1.5 m height, remaining dominant until the 19th week of the study when A. albopictus established itself. Culex quinquefasciatus, A. aegypti and Orthopodomyia signifera were also present but in low numbers. T. r. rutilus adults were released on the 3rd, 9th and 12th week of the study.

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