Control of Aedes aegypti larvae in household water containers by Chinese cat fish / Wu Neng ... [et al.]
Wu, Neng, Wang, Shu-sen, Han, Guangxin, Xu, Rongman, Tang, Guangkun. et al. (1987). Control of Aedes aegypti larvae in household water containers by Chinese cat fish / Wu Neng ... [et al.]. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 1987 ; 65(4) : 503-506 http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/50874
JournalBulletin of the World Health Organization 1987 ; 65(4) : 503-506
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Studies on the efficacy of Toxorhynchites larvae and three larvivorous fish species for the control of Aedes larval populations in water-storage tanks in the Matale district of Sri Lanka. Wijesinghe, W M G S; Wickramasinghe, M B; Kusumawathie, P H D; Jayasooriya, G A J S K; De Silva, B G D N K (2009-12)A study was conducted to compare the feeding efficacy of Toxorhynchites larvae (L3 & L4) and three larvivorous fish species on Aedes larvae. Ground-level cement water-storage tanks (20%–80%) and water-storing barrels (8.33%–54.55%) formed the majority of Aedes-positive outdoor containers. Ae. albopictus, Ae. macdougali and Ae. vittatus were recorded in water-storage tanks, with Ae. macdougali being dominant. In the laboratory, the consumption rate (time to devour 10 Ae. albopictus L3 larvae in a vessel of 78.57 cm2 of surface area) for Toxorhynchites ...
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