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International Journal of Mosquito Research
Vol. 4, Issue 3, Part B (2017)

Larvicidal efficacy and residual toxicity of selected xerophyte plants against Culex pipiens molestus mosquito

Lethal concentration 50 (A) and 90 (B) at which 50 and 90% 4<sup>th</sup> instar larvae of <em>Culex pipens molestus</em> died. Fi- <em>Fagonia indica</em>, Af- <em>Achelia fragrantissima,</em> Aa- <em>Astragalus annularis,</em> Ca- <em>Cakle Arabica,</em> Eg- <em>Erodium glaucophyllum,</em> Hd- <em>Horwoodia dicksonia,</em> Tc- <em>Tanacetum cantolinoides,</em> Rm- <em>Reseda muricata,</em> Ah- <em>Arneba hispidissima</em>
Fig. 1: Lethal concentration 50 (A) and 90 (B) at which 50 and 90% 4th instar larvae of Culex pipens molestus died. Fi- Fagonia indica, Af- Achelia fragrantissima, Aa- Astragalus annularis, Ca- Cakle Arabica, Eg- Erodium glaucophyllum, Hd- Horwoodia dicksonia, Tc- Tanacetum cantolinoides, Rm- Reseda muricata, Ah- Arneba hispidissima
mortality of 4<sup>th</sup> larvae treated with less effective zerophytic plant extracts at 200 ppm.
Fig. 2: mortality of 4th larvae treated with less effective zerophytic plant extracts at 200 ppm.
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