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Fig. 2

From: Fipronil and ivermectin treatment of cattle reduced the survival and ovarian development of field-collected Anopheles albimanus in a pilot trial conducted in northern Belize

Fig. 2

Residual mosquitocidal activity of cattle treated with either fipronil (topical application) or ivermectin (intramuscular injection) via monitoring the daily survival of Anopheles albimanus mosquitoes for 4 days after blood feeding on treated versus untreated cattle. a Mosquitoes fed 2 days after cattle treatment, b mosquitoes fed 5 days after cattle treatment, c mosquitoes fed 7 days after cattle treatment, d mosquitoes fed 14 days after cattle treatment

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