Arbovirus Studies in Bush Bush Forest, Trinidad, W. I., September 1959–December 1964

I. Description of the Study Area

W. G. DownsUniversity of the West Indies, Trinidad Regional Virus Laboratory, P.O. Box 164, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, West Indies

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T. H. G. AitkenUniversity of the West Indies, Trinidad Regional Virus Laboratory, P.O. Box 164, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, West Indies

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C. B. WorthUniversity of the West Indies, Trinidad Regional Virus Laboratory, P.O. Box 164, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, West Indies

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L. SpenceUniversity of the West Indies, Trinidad Regional Virus Laboratory, P.O. Box 164, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, West Indies

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A. H. JonkersUniversity of the West Indies, Trinidad Regional Virus Laboratory, P.O. Box 164, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, West Indies

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Summary

Bush Bush Island and the surrounding Nariva Swamp, eastern Trinidad, are described in terms of their topography, flora, and fauna as an introduction to a series of papers reporting the results of 5 years of arbovirus studies in this area.

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