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In a coastal village in northwest Malaysia, near the border of Penang and Perak, 3231 fed Anopheles females of 8-10 species were collected (in a cattle shed or in the vicinity of a cow-baited trap), marked with fluorescent dust, and released on 3 consecutive nights. In collections made on the 10...

Author(s)
Jaal, Z.; Macdonald, W. W.
Citation
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1992, 86, 4, pp 419-424
Abstract

The host preferences of 8 species of anophelines were studied in 2 coastal Malaysian villages, Kampung Permatang Rawa and Sungai Udang Kecil, by seven 12-h catches in each village. Collections were made concurrently from a human-baited net trap, a cow-baited net trap and by human-bait landing...

Author(s)
Jaal, Z.; Macdonald, W. W.
Citation
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1993, 24, 3, pp 530-535
Abstract

Collections of adult anopheline mosquitoes were made from a cow-baited trap in 9 coastal villages located along nearly 160 km of northwest peninsular Malaysia. Two collections, separated by 1.5-6 months, were made at each site. Nearly 6000 anophelines of 19 species were collected. The dominant...

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Jaal, Z.; Macdonald, W. W.
Citation
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1992, 23, 3, pp 479-485
Abstract

Five mark-recapture experiments with wild-caught M. uniformis were conducted in an open swamp area at Batang Berjuntai in Selangor, 40 km from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, between May 1983 and January 1985. From the 45 950 female mosquitoes released, a total of 64 (0.14%) were recaptured feeding on...

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Chiang, G. L.; Loong, K. P.; Mahadevan, S.; Eng, K. L.
Citation
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1988, 19, 2, pp 271-282
Abstract

Studies were conducted on A. maculatus in Pahang, Malaysia, from June 1986 to December 1987. Morphological and cytological findings indicated the presence of only A. maculatus s.s. (Form E) throughout. Biting density peaks coincided with the rainfall pattern but high sporozoite rates for Plasmodium ...

Author(s)
Loong, K. P.; Chiang, G. L.; Yap, H. H.
Citation
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1988, 19, 4, pp 724
Abstract

The susceptibility of Malaysian strains of C. tritaeniorhynchus, C. vishnui and C. gelidus to infection with B. malayi was investigated in the laboratory. The experimental mosquitoes were the F1 generation of field-collected mosquitoes which had been caught on human or cattle bait. Laboratory...

Author(s)
Chiang, G. L.; Viengxay, V.; Vythilingam, I.; Eng, K. L.
Citation
Tropical Biomedicine, 1991, 8, 2, pp 211-214
Abstract

Adult females of A. maculatus were caught by human-bait catches and from a tethered cow between 20.00 and 02.00 h in a village in Post Betau, Pahang, Malaysia, for one night in October 1988. The mosquitoes which were blood-fed were marked with fluorescent dusts and released between 03.00 and 03.30...

Author(s)
Loong, K. P.; Chiang, G. L.; Eng, K. L.; Chan, S. T.; Yap, H. H.
Citation
Tropical Biomedicine, 1990, 7, 1, pp 71-76

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