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Title: The detection of exotic mosquitoes in the Northern Territory of Australia
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10137/232
Authors: Whelan, Peter I
Hayes, Gwenda
Tucker, Garry
Carter, Jane M
Wilson, Andrea
Haigh, Bernadette
Keywords: Insects;Mosquitoes;Dengue;Northern Territory;Surveys;Monitoring;Arboviruses;Encephalitis;Vector control
metadata.dc.date.issued: 2001
Publisher: Queensland Institute of Medical Research
Series/Report no.: Arbovirus Research in Australia
Vol. 8
Abstract: This paper deals with two categories of detection of exotic mosquitoes in the Northern Territory (NT). The first deals with the detection of an exotic Culex species recently established in the NT. The second deals with exotic species detected at points of importation and the measures used to prevent their establishment.
Description: The serial Arbovirus research in Australia consists of the proceedings of the annual conference with the same title.
ISSN: 0725-4989
Type: Journal Article
Subject: Insects
Mosquitoes
Dengue
Northern Territory
Surveys
Monitoring
Arboviruses
Encephalitis
Vector control
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