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Studies on the Susceptibility of Shanghai Mosquitoes to experimental Infection with Wuchereria bancrofti Cobbold. VII. Culex vorax Edwards



Studies on the Susceptibility of Shanghai Mosquitoes to experimental Infection with Wuchereria bancrofti Cobbold. VII. Culex vorax Edwards



Peking nat. Hist. Bull, Peiping, 13: pt. 4, 287-292



During 1934-35 and 1937, experiments similar to those already noticed were undertaken in Shanghai to determine the susceptibility to infection with Filaria (Wuchereria) bancro beta i of females of Culex vorax, Edw., reared from larvae collected locally. Of 29 mosquitos examined, 7 showed no infection, 1 dissected 17 days after the infecting feed contained only dead immature larvae, and 21 dissected 12-23 days after the infecting feed contained infective larvae.

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