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New records of Culex ( Culex ) pipiens Linn . from Manipur India

@inproceedings{Moirangthem2018NewRO,
  title={New records of Culex ( Culex ) pipiens Linn . from Manipur India},
  author={Bhubaneshwari Devi Moirangthem and Dhananjoy Chingangbam Singh},
  year={2018}
}
The studies on diversity of the mosquito is very urgent as they are quickly adapting to the changing environment and becoming deadlier than before. The diversity studies of mosquitos from Manipur is very scanty, but their impacts on the inhabitants are enormous. For preparing a shield against them a precise identification of each species is a much. For this purpose, larvae from domestic sewage drains and common water canals were procured/caught and reared in the laboratory till adults emerged… 

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