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Studies on the Susceptibility of Shanghai Mosquitoes to experimental Infection with Microfilaria malayi Brug. IV. Culex vorax Edwards



Studies on the Susceptibility of Shanghai Mosquitoes to experimental Infection with Microfilaria malayi Brug. IV. Culex vorax Edwards



Peking nat. Hist. Bull, Peking, 15: pt. 3, 215-216



An account is given of an experiment, similar to others already noticed, that was carried out in 1939 in Shanghai to test the susceptibility to infection with Filaria (Microfilaria) malayi of females of Culex vorax, Edw., reared from larvae collected locally. Of 18 adults that engorged on a case with a heavy infection, 3 out of 11 dissected 19 days later and 1 out of 7 dissected 23 days later each contained one infective filarial larva. The other 14 mosquitos were negative.

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