Pupal survey: an epidemiologically significant surveillance method for Aedes aegypti: an example using data from Trinidad.

@article{Focks1997PupalSA,
  title={Pupal survey: an epidemiologically significant surveillance method for Aedes aegypti: an example using data from Trinidad.},
  author={Dana A. Focks and Dave D. Chadee},
  journal={The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene},
  year={1997},
  volume={56 2},
  pages={159-67}
}
This report documents the results of a country-wide pupal survey of Aedes aegypti (L.) conducted in Trinidad. The survey was designed to identify the important Ae. aegypti-producing containers, importance being a function of a container's abundance and its productivity. Results are summarized on a country-wide basis and by county: urban versus rural comparisons are also made. Numerically, the most common water-filled containers positive for the larvae or pupae of Ae. aegypti (foci) were outdoor… CONTINUE READING