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Studies on the Susceptibility of Shanghai Mosquitoes to Experimental Infection with Wuchereria bancrofti Cobbold. II.-Armigeres obturbans Walker



Studies on the Susceptibility of Shanghai Mosquitoes to Experimental Infection with Wuchereria bancrofti Cobbold. II.-Armigeres obturbans Walker



Peking nat. Hist. Bull, Peiping, 9: pt. 4, 249-260



In these experiments carried out in Shanghai during 1933-34, reared adults of Aedes albopictus, Skuse, and Armigeres obturbans, Wlk., were allowed to feed once for one hour on a person heavily infected with Filaria (Wuchereria) bancrofti and were dissected not less than 5 and usually more than 10 days later. The following is taken from the author's summaries: Of 62 A. albopictus fed, 48 contained dead immature forms in the thorax and abdomen, 4 of which had undergone chitinous encapsulation.

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