An assessment of the importance of subsurface catch basins for Aedes aegypti adult production during the dry season in a neighborhood of Merida, Mexico.

Abstract

We compared the number of adult Aedes aegypti emerging from subsurface catch basins located in the streets against the number of pupae (as a proxy of adults emerging) from the entire container larval habitats found at residential premises within 1 ha of a neighborhood in the Mexican city of Merida during 8 days in the dry season of 2012. Aedes aegypti… (More)

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