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Title: Studies on armigeres (arm.) subalbatus (coquillet) (diptera: culicidae), the filarial vector mosquito in rubber plantation at Kanchanaburi province, Thailand
Authors: Jinrapa Phothikasikorn
Rapee Boonplueang
Peerapan Tan-ariya
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: The research was aimed to survey the population dynamic of Armigeres (Arm.) subalbatus mosquito which are vectors of filarial parasites in sub-urban and forest areas at sub unit of Ban Mea NumNoi in rubber plantation forest, HuayKa-Yeng sub district, Thong PhaPhum district, Kanchanaburi province, during July, 2008 to June, 2009. Ar. subalbatus is a diurnal feeder mosquito (06.00-19.00 hour exposure time). The total numbers of 1,137 wild mosquitoes were caught during the period of study. Among these, 6 mosquitoes (0.53% infection rate) were found positive for filarial parasites. The parasites were morphologically identified as an animal filarial infective form by pictorial key.
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Microbiology: International Proceedings

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