1921
Volume s1-16, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

It is the purpose of this note to report the finding of malaria plasmodia in a naturally infected specimen of Dyar and Knab, 1906, which mosquito has also been known as Dyar and Knab, 1906, and Dyar and Knab, 1906.

Since August, 1935, the author has coöperated with Dr. D. P. Curry, Assistant Chief Health Officer of The Panama Canal, in a general study of the malaria situation at Fort Sherman, C. Z., where the incidence of this disease has always been unusually high. As a part of this study, dissections and microscopic examinations have been made routinely of adult mosquitoes collected each week by Mr. C. H. Bath, Sanitary Inspector and his assistants, in various sleeping quarters on the Fort Sherman reservation. To date the results of these examinations have been as follows: , 101 examined, all negative; , 1 examined, negative; , 6 examined, 5 negative and 1 positive for malaria oöcysts containing sporozoites.

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1936-03-01
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  • Received : 07 Jan 1936

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