Volume s1-28, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645



  • 1.  A discussion of the potential vectors of dengue in the South Pacific is given.
  • 2.  From epidemiological evidence gathered over a period of two years' observations, appears paramount as the common vector of dengue on New Caledonia, in the New Hebrides, and throughout the Solomon Islands.
  • 3.  Dengue appeared only on those bases in the South Pacific wherever was known to exist before military occupation.
  • 4.  The island form of found in the New Hebrides does not appear to be a vector of dengue in nature under normal conditions.


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