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Interactions among aquatic vegetation, predators and mosquitoes: implications for management of Anopheles mosquitoes in a freshwater marsh



Interactions among aquatic vegetation, predators and mosquitoes: implications for management of Anopheles mosquitoes in a freshwater marsh



Proceedings and papers of the annual conference of the California Mosquito and Vector Control Association8(58): 214-220




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