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Aedes aegypti in a Texas coastal county as an index of dengue fever receptivity and control.
By Micks DW, Moon WB.
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 29(6): 1382-1388., 1980
Cite: 1173915 with citation markup [cite:1173915]
Micks DW, Moon WB. 1980. Aedes aegypti in a Texas coastal county as an index of dengue fever receptivity and control. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 29(6): 1382-1388.

Abstract
Since Galveston County, Texas, is one of the high risk areas for the reintroduction of dengue, we have maintained an Aedes aegypti surveillance program since 1977 by using ovitraps to determine the density and distribution of this species in 17 communities. A. aegypti adults were present primarily from May through November...

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