as a vector of malaria inrural West Bengal.
is primarily considered as a zoophilic mosquito, however, its host preference and incrimination data in many parts of India are still scanty and only a few systematic studies have been carried out previously (2,9).
DDT resistance in Anopheles culicifacies Giles, 1901 and Anopheles annularis Van der Wulp 1884 in a village of Meerut district, U.
Susceptibility status of Anopheles fluviatilis and Anopheles annularis to DDT in an area near Dhanbad.
Out of the nine known malaria vector species of India, seven species, Anopheles annularis
(Diptera: Culicidae), An.