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Cannibalism in Mosquito Larvae Confounds Egg Counts

New research shows that late-stage Anopheles gambiae larvae will eat eggs and first-instar larvae of their own species, calling into question the common view that females of the mosquito species avoid laying eggs in water where other larvae are already present.

At Least Eight U.S. Presidents had Malaria

In the U.S. today is Presidents Day, a national holiday originally intended to celebrate the birthday of George Washington, but later expanded to include honoring Abraham Lincoln and other presidents. […]

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