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Studies on the susceptibility of Shanghai mosquitoes to experimental infection with Micro filaria malayi Brug. ii. Culex tri-taeniorhynchus Giles



Studies on the susceptibility of Shanghai mosquitoes to experimental infection with Micro filaria malayi Brug. ii. Culex tri-taeniorhynchus Giles



Peking Natural History Bulletin 1940-41; 152: 93-96




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