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Comparative efficacy of two poeciliid fish in indoor cement tanks against chikungunya vector Aedes aegypti in villages in Karnataka, India

By Susanta K Ghosh, Preethi Chakaravarthy, Sandhya R Panch, Pushpalatha Krishnappa, Satyanarayan Tiwari, Vijay P Ojha, Manjushree R and Aditya P Dash
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