oa Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa - Aspects of the behaviour of five anopheline species in the endemic malaria area of Natal
|Article Title||Aspects of the behaviour of five anopheline species in the endemic malaria area of Natal|
|© Publisher:||Entomological Society of South Africa (ESSA)|
|Journal||Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa|
|Affiliations||1 *Research Institute for Diseases in a Tropical Environment of the Medical Research Council, Congella, South Africa. **National Institute for Tropical Diseases, Jozini, South Africa|
|Publication Date||Sep 1984|
|Pages||251 - 258|
|Keyword(s)||A, squamosus, A. pharoensis, A. quadriannulatus, A. tenebrosus, Anopheles merus, dynamics of malaria transmission, Irrigation overflow, Mosquito outbreak, Natal endemic malaria area and Residual DDT programme|
Investigations of a mosquito outbreak due to an irrigation overflow in the endemic malaria area of Natal, Republic of South Africa, showed the presence of five anopheline species, viz. Anopheles merus. A. quadriannulatus, A. pharoensis, A, squamosus and A. tenebrosus. Aspects of their behaviour and the implications of this research are discussed.
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