Occurrence of Phlebotomus argentipes at different heights above ground floor in cowsheds / by A. K. Hati ... [et al.]
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Hati, A. K, Sur, S, De, N, Dwivedi, H. N & World Health Organization. Division of Vector Biology and Control. (1989). Occurrence of Phlebotomus argentipes at different heights above ground floor in cowsheds / by A. K. Hati ... [et al.]. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/59192
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