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Baton Rouge parish enlists public help in fight against Asian tiger mosquito


, : Baton Rouge parish enlists public help in fight against Asian tiger mosquito. Pest Control 65(3): 36-37, 96

Community involvement in removing the breeding sites of mosquitoes (Aedes albopictus) within the district of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, is described.


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