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The experimental study of the factors regulating the onset of embryonal diapause in the blood-sucking mosquito Aedes togoi Theob. (Diptera, Culicidae)



The experimental study of the factors regulating the onset of embryonal diapause in the blood-sucking mosquito Aedes togoi Theob. (Diptera, Culicidae)



Ent. Obozr, 44: pt. 3, 527-537



In the Maritime Province of the Soviet Far East, Aedes togoi (Theo.), the vector of Japanese B encephalitis, overwinters exclusively in the egg stage, the embryos being capable of withstanding temperatures of less than 0 degrees C. and the complete freezing of the aquatic environment for several months. A. togoi was selected as a model for the study of the ecological regulation of the seasonal development of mosquitos overwintering in the egg stage.

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