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n African Entomology - Distribution of members of the Giles complex in Namibia and susceptibility to insecticides used for malaria control : short communication

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Abstract

Namibia is the driest country in the southern African subregion, with 92 % of the total surface area classified as arid. However, in the northern regions of Kavango and Caprivi, high average temperatures, rainfall, humidity and permanent rivers are features making this area ideal for mosquito breeding and malaria transmission (De Meillon 1951).

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2006-09-01
2016-12-06
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