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Microsporidia and other pathogens of anopheline mosquitoes in Florida

Microsporidia and other pathogens of anopheline mosquitoes in Florida

Journal of the Florida Mosquito Control Association 63(2): 78-81

The authors discuss the potential of various entomopathogens (mermithid nematodes, microsporidia, fungi and bacteria) as microbial control agents of anopheline mosquitoes.

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