Symposium: Contribution of Anopheles nili vector in malaria transmission of Northern Benin,West Africa.
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this study shows the first evidence of Anopheles nilli as malaria vectors and their part of contribution in malaria transmission.
It provides useful informations on the contribution of Anopheles nili as secondary vectors to malaria transmission in Northern Benin and suggests further study to find out at what level other districts are involved and other species as well for better malaria vector control interventions.
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