Development and evaluation of a novel contamination device that targets multiple life-stages of Aedes aegypti

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Snetselaar, J; Andriessen, R; Suer, RA; Osinga, AJ; Knols, BG; Farenhorst, M;
(2014)

The increasing global threat of Dengue demands new and easily applicable vector control methods. Ovitraps provide a low-tech and inexpensive means to combat Dengue vectors. Here we describe the development and optimization process of a novel contamination device that ta... View more
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