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Laboratory flight ability of the mosquito, Culex tarsalis Coq



Laboratory flight ability of the mosquito, Culex tarsalis Coq



J. med. Ent 7(6): 713-716



The following is substantially the author's abstract. The tethered flight of adult females of Culex tarsalis Cpq. was measured under laboratory conditions in the United States with a recording flight mill system. The influence of senescence on flight performance was investigated with females of increasing age from 1-26 days. The distance, duration and speed of flight were measured.

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DOI: 10.1093/jmedent/7.6.713


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