THE IMPORTANT INTERACTIONS BEHIND THE ITCH

The potential consequences of reducing Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes to control Malaria

WRITTEN BY TALYA D. HACKETT ET AL.

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POLLINATORS OR NECTAR THIEVES? THE ROLE OF MALARIA-TRANSMITTING MOSQUITOES IN POLLINATION

Establishing the impact of the Anopheles gambiae complex on fruit sets and their role in a natural pollinator community.

WRITTEN BY THOMAS GYIMAH

ECOLOGICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL INSIGHTS FROM BLOOD MEALS

Using interaction networks to explore the community structure and network ecology of biting insects and their hosts.

WRITTEN BY BEN BELLEKOM

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