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Laboratory colonization of anopheles subpictus



Laboratory colonization of anopheles subpictus



Indian Journal of Medical Research 72(JULY): 53-54



A. subpictus was successfully colonized in the laboratory for the 1st time in India. The major problem in colonizing this species was the failure to induce swarming and mating in a laboratory cage. By simulating dawn and dusk conditions using simple equipment to regulate the intensity of light, a cycling colony of this species was successfully established in the laboratory.

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