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Studies on the Susceptibility of Shanghai Mosquitoes to experimental Infection with Microfilaria malayi Brug. III. Anopheles hyrcanus var. sinensis Wiedemaun



Studies on the Susceptibility of Shanghai Mosquitoes to experimental Infection with Microfilaria malayi Brug. III. Anopheles hyrcanus var. sinensis Wiedemaun



Peking nat. Hist. Bull, Peiping, 15: pt. 2, 97-101



These two papers record experiments, similar to one already noticed, that were carried out in 1939 in Shanghai to test the susceptibility to infection with Filaria (Microfilaria) malayi of Culex tritaeniorhynchus, Giles, and Anopheles hyrcanus var. sinensis, Wied., respectively. The adults used were reared from larvae collected locally.

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