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- Alto, BarryW., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Oecologia 2018 v.187 no.1 pp. 233-243
- Aedes aegypti; Toxorhynchites rutilus; adulthood; adults; biological control; disease control; disease transmission; habitats; juveniles; larvae; longevity; models; mortality; mosquito-borne diseases; pathogens; predation; predators; risk; risk reduction
- ... Mosquito and predatory larvae often share the same habitat. Predators may influence mosquito prey populations through both lethal effect and non-lethal pathways. A series of experimental manipulations were used to distinguish between lethal (density-mediated interaction) and non-lethal (trait-mediated interaction) effects in a model system comprised of invasive prey mosquito, Aedes aegypti, and a ...