Studies on the breeding habitats of the vector mosquito Anopheles baimai and its relationship to malaria incidence in Northeastern region of India

@article{Dutta2010StudiesOT,
  title={Studies on the breeding habitats of the vector mosquito Anopheles baimai and its relationship to malaria incidence in Northeastern region of India},
  author={P. Dutta and S. Khan and Dibya Ranjan Bhattarcharyya and Abdul Mabood Khan and C. Sharma and J. Mahanta},
  journal={EcoHealth},
  year={2010},
  volume={7},
  pages={498-506}
}
Entomological survey was conducted to know the breeding habitat preference of the forest breeder malaria vector Anopheles baimaii, known earlier as An. dirus species D in the northeastern region of India. Breeding potential of the vector in forest areas was found to be high in water stored in jungle pool (69.84%) followed by elephant footprints with clear water (39.13%) and with turbid water (26.19%), whereas in forest fringe areas, the vector breeding was more prominent in elephant footprints… Expand
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