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L. M. Santos, Gama, R. A., Eiras, A. E., and Fonseca, C. G., Genetic differences based on AFLP markers in the mosquito species Anopheles darlingi collected in versus near houses in the region of Porto Velho, RO, Brazil, vol. 9, pp. 2254-2262, 2010.
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