Bancroftian filariasis in two villages in Dinajpur District, East Pakistan. II. Entomological investigations

Aslamkhan, M.; Wolfe, M.S.

American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 21(2): 30-37

1972


ISSN/ISBN: 0002-9637
PMID: 4399842
Accession: 014356993

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Abstract
In 2 villages in a non-urban focus of nocturnally periodic Wuchereria bancrofti in Thakurgaon thana, Dinajpur District, Bangladesh, Culex pipiens fatigans was found to be the principal vector. Infective mosquitoes were found during 6 months of the year, correlating with other clinical and climatic criteria for a highly endemic focus. These mosquitoes were never found biting cattle. Larvae of C. p. fatigans were found throughout the year in small polluted domestic water collections.