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- Muller, Gunter C., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 2017 v.33 no.2 pp. 139-141
- Aedes albopictus; Ilex vomitoria; Ligustrum japonicum; Loropetalum; Podocarpus; adults; baits; bioassays; females; landscaping; leaves; mortality; ornamental plants; stems; sugars; toxicity; Florida
- ... Attractive toxic sugar bait (ATSB) was applied to 5 different types of commonly found plants in landscaping of northeastern Florida. The ATSB applications were assessed for possible plant effects and preference against Aedes albopictus in semifield evaluations. Positive and negative controls consisted of plants sprayed with attractive sugar bait (no toxicant) and plants with nothing applied. Bioas ...
- Müller, Günter C., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 2013 v.29 no.3 pp. 231-236
- Aedes albopictus; Asplenium; Hibiscus; Plumbago; Ruellia simplex; Talipariti tiliaceum; Tradescantia pallida; energy; ferns and fern allies; glycogen; habitats; landscapes; landscaping; lipids; sugars; vegetation types; Florida
- ... The resting behavior of Aedes albopictus was evaluated by aspirating diurnal resting mosquitoes from common landscape vegetation in residential communities in St. Augustine, FL. Energy reserves of the resting mosquitoes were analyzed to determine if there was a correlation between mosquito resting habitat and energy accumulation. Six species of plants were selected and 9 collections of resting mos ...
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