Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, May 10th, 2005
"From October 1997 to September 1998, an entomological survey was carried out in Manhica, Mozambique, to describe the anopheline population and intensity of malaria transmission. Ten different huts were randomly selected for entomological surveillance throughout the year. CDC light trap collections were conducted during three nights each month. Additional knockdown spraying catches were carried out in the morning, after the last catch. A total of 17,245 Culicinae and 1,251...
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