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Mosquito Ecology

Field Sampling Methods

Silver, John B.

3rd ed. 2008, XLII, 1477 p.

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From the reviews of the third edition:

"To have a new, updated edition is more than had been hoped for, and a real credit to John Silver … who took on the necessary revision and produced such an excellent book. … Mosquito Ecology is an essential purchase for any readers of the Annals who have an interest in vector-borne disease, and will be a welcome arrival for those researchers who have tried unsuccessfully to obtain the second edition. Hopefully, this third edition will remain available for a lot longer than the second." (P. J. McCall, Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, Vol. 102 (7), 2008)

"Mosquito Ecology: Field Sampling Methods … provide a resource for field officers wanting to more effectively sample adult and larval mosquito populations. … the text is well illustrated, providing simple line drawings of many of the traps described … . it is a resource that any mosquito worker, entomologist, wetland scientist or public health officer can use to find effective methods to sample mosquito populations to better understand the role these insects play in disease outbreaks as well as local ecosystems." (Cameron E Webb, Australian Journal of Entomology, Vol. 47, 2008)



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