A new collecting technique for the study of adult mosquitos (with a note on the transportation of larvae in the field) / by Edward I. Coher
Coher, Edward I & World Health Organization. (1959). A new collecting technique for the study of adult mosquitos (with a note on the transportation of larvae in the field) / by Edward I. Coher. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/64615
DescriptionDocuments : WHO/Mal/215 (WHO/Insecticides/89), WHO/Mal/216-219, WHO/Mal/220 (EURO-148/21), WHO/Mal/221-223, WHO/Mal/224 (WHO/Insecticides/95), WHO/Mal/225-229, WHO/Mal/230 (WHO/Insecticides/94), WHO/Mal/231 bound in 1 vol
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