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Studies on the comparative susceptibility of Culex pipiens var. pollens Coquillet and Culex fatigars Wiedemann to experimental infection with Wuchereria bancrofti Cobbold



Studies on the comparative susceptibility of Culex pipiens var. pollens Coquillet and Culex fatigars Wiedemann to experimental infection with Wuchereria bancrofti Cobbold



Transactions of the Far Eastern Association of Tropical Medicine (9th Congress), 1: 483-490



In both Culexpipiens var. pollens and C. fatigans the larvae of F. banc.'ofti complete development to the infective stage in about the same time. 91-1% of the former and 94-5% of the latter were found harbouring active infective larvae.

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