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International Journal of Mosquito Research
Vol. 2, Issue 3, Part B (2015)

Bradinopyga geminata (Anisoptera: Libellulidae) as a predator of Aedes aegypti immatures (Diptera: Culicidae)

Impact of prey density on the predatory potential of 12<sup>th</sup> instar<em> Bradinopyga geminata </em>recorded at three hours interval (200 larvae / 1 predator)
Fig. 1: Impact of prey density on the predatory potential of 12th instar Bradinopyga geminata recorded at three hours interval (200 larvae / 1 predator)
Impact of prey density on the predatory potential of 12<sup>th</sup> instar<em> Bradinopyga geminata </em>recorded at three hours interval (1000 larvae / 5 predators)
Fig. 2: Impact of prey density on the predatory potential of 12th instar Bradinopyga geminata recorded at three hours interval (1000 larvae / 5 predators)
Cumulative number of <em>Aedes aegypti </em>larvae consumed by 12<sup>th</sup> instar of<em> Bradinopyga geminata</em> over a period of 24 hours  (predator – prey ratio was 1:200)
Fig. 3: Cumulative number of Aedes aegypti larvae consumed by 12th instar of Bradinopyga geminata over a period of 24 hours (predator – prey ratio was 1:200)
Cumulative number of <em>Aedes aegypti </em>larvae consumed by 12<sup>th</sup> instar of<em> Bradinopyga geminata</em> over a period of 24 hours (predator – prey ratio was 5:1000)
Fig. 4: Cumulative number of Aedes aegypti larvae consumed by 12th instar of Bradinopyga geminata over a period of 24 hours (predator – prey ratio was 5:1000)
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