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- Sihuincha, M., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of medical entomology 2005 v.42 no.4 pp. 620-630
- eclosion; lethal dose 50; larvicides; fecundity; Aedes aegypti; mosquito control; pyriproxyfen; pesticide persistence; oviposition sites; insecticide residues; egg hatchability; mortality; Peru
- ... The effects of pyriproxyfen were tested against a local population of Aedes aegypti (L.) in Iquitos, Peru. Bioassays showed that, when applied to late instars, pyriproxyfen prevented adult emergence at extremely low concentrations (LC50 = 0.012 ppb). There was no adult emergence from water sampled from storage tanks that had been seeded with the equivalent of 50-83 ppb (AI) pyriproxyfen. Five mont ...