Relative population densities of Aedes albopictus and A. guamensis on Guam.

Abstract

Aedes guamensis Farner & Bohart is indigenous to Guam but A. albopictus is known to have arrived in 1944. The larval ecology of the two species is very similar; both species breed in tree holes, coconut shells, and other natural and man-made water containers. The purpose of the study was to compare the relative densities of larval populations of the two… (More)

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@article{Rozeboom1972RelativePD, title={Relative population densities of Aedes albopictus and A. guamensis on Guam.}, author={Leslie Rozeboom and J. Robert Bridges}, journal={Bulletin of the World Health Organization}, year={1972}, volume={46 4}, pages={477-83} }