Studies on Armigeres subalbatus Mosquitoes in Tribal and Non-tribal Areas of Bankura District, West Bengal, India

@inproceedings{Rudra2013StudiesOA,
  title={Studies on Armigeres subalbatus Mosquitoes in Tribal and Non-tribal Areas of Bankura District, West Bengal, India},
  author={Swapan Kumar Rudra and Manas Paramanik and Goutam Chandra},
  year={2013}
}
Armigeres subalbatus is known to be the vector of parasites for many human diseases like malaria, Japanese encephalitis, filariasis etc. Indoor-resting and man-landing collections were made for one year both from tribal and non-tribal areas of Bankura district, West Bengal, India. In tribal area indoor-resting collection of Ar. subalbatus in one year was only 18 (1.65% of the total catch) with man-hour density (MHD) of 0.38 and in non-tribal area the figure was 489 (14.82%) with MHD of 10.19. A… CONTINUE READING

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