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    • Prevalence of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus-Vectors of Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever in North, North-East and Central India. 

      Kalra, NL; Kaul, SM; Rastogi, RM (‎1997-12)‎
      The Aedes aegypti mosquito vector was found to be prevalent in the western, northern, Indo- Gangetic and eastern plains, Assam valley and the coastal areas of Orissa state in India. The species was non-existent in the Himalayan region. In north-central highlands, the species showed low-to-moderate prevalence, while in south-central highlands, the mountainous areas were largely free but high populations of the vector were encountered in the valleys. Similarly, the eastern plateau, including the eastern ghats were comparatively free of the vector ...