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Dependence of CO2-baited suction trap captures on temperature variations

, : Dependence of CO2-baited suction trap captures on temperature variations. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 11(1): 6-10

In order to provide better standardized CO2-baited trap sampling methodology, the relationship between sample size and evening temperatures was studied. Adult mosquitoes were collected for 3 h centred on sunset by an automatic interval suction trap baited with CO2 in the Upper Rhine Valley, Germany. Aedes vexans females were most abundant, and their blood-seeking activity showed a significant correlation with the evening's average temperature (r = 0.76, P<=0.01).

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