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Factors Associated with Distribution of Anopheles aquasalis and Anopheles oswaldoi (Diptera: Culicidae) in a Malarious Area, Northeastern Venezuela
Journal of medical entomology
Spatial and temporal abundance patterns of anopheline larvae and their relationships with wetland conditions were studied in an endemic malaria area in northeastern Venezuela, where Anopheles aquasalis Curry is the main vector. Larvae were sampled over a 2-yr period in 7 wetland types (brackish and freshwater herbaceous swamps, mangrove swamps, freshwater ponds, clear-cut marsh forests, small irrigation canals, and swamp forests), covering 3 environmental gradients (salinity, aquaticdoi:10.1603/0022-2585-37.2.231 pmid:10730493 fatcat:3f3wuvjkqfdkjovyvacyj5gqo4