Occurrence and relative abundance of mosquitoes in stormwater retention facilities in North Carolina, USA

C.S. Apperson, III, W. F. Hunt, S. Kennedy, B.A. Harrison & W.G. Lord
Throughout the 2004 mosquito season, 52 stormwater retention facilities were sampled to characterize the seasonal occurrence and relative abundance of mosquito species in relation to the structural complexity and biological diversity of the facilities. The three different types of facilities included standard wet ponds (n = 20), innovative ponds (n = 14), and wetland ponds (n = 18). All retention structures were sampled at the beginning, middle and end of the mosquito season so that...

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Occurrence and relative abundance of mosquitoes in stormwater retention facilities in North Carolina, USA

C.S. Apperson, III, W. F. Hunt, S. Kennedy, B.A. Harrison & W.G. Lord
Throughout the 2004 mosquito season, 52 stormwater retention facilities were sampled to characterize the seasonal occurrence and relative abundance of mosquito species in relation to the structural complexity and biological diversity of the facilities. The three different types of facilities included standard wet ponds (n = 20), innovative ponds (n = 14), and wetland ponds (n = 18). All retention structures were sampled at the beginning, middle and end of the mosquito season so that...

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