"The continued use of this method has resulted in the development of mosquito resistance. For an alternative to chemical control, there is a resurgence of interest in the use of biopesticides. Therefore, biological Sampling sites included various water bodies: streams, irrigation canals, drainage canals, and temporary water. Larvae were collected andtransported in jars containing water from the breeding sites. At the Laboratory of Reproductive Biology (U.C.A.D.), larvae were separated and identified according to. After emergence, adults were fed with sucrose solution at 10%. Identification is also made on the adult stage to confirm the identification at the larval stage of the various species.
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