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1 December 2007 A CYLINDRICAL, COLLAPSIBLE, AND ECONOMICAL FIELD CAGE FOR MOSQUITO RESEARCH
MIRIAM F. COOPERBAND, GARY G. CLARK, BRIAN M. SPEARS, SANDRA A. ALLAN
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A new cage was designed to study caged mosquitoes in ultra-low volume insecticide spray studies in the field. Insecticide droplets may enter the cage from any direction because all surfaces are mesh. Cages can be collapsed in seconds, and reassembly is quick and simple. A 26-cm-diam cage can be constructed for less than US$6.00.

MIRIAM F. COOPERBAND, GARY G. CLARK, BRIAN M. SPEARS, and SANDRA A. ALLAN "A CYLINDRICAL, COLLAPSIBLE, AND ECONOMICAL FIELD CAGE FOR MOSQUITO RESEARCH," Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 23(4), 484-487, (1 December 2007). https://doi.org/10.2987/5624.1
Published: 1 December 2007
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