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Abstract: 1. Nepenthes pitcher plants produce fluid-containing animal traps that are colonised by a variety of specialised arthropods, especially dipterans. However, container-breeding vector mosquitoes, such as Aedes albopictus Skuse have rarely been recorded from pitchers. Increasing overlap in the geographical ranges of Nepenthes and Ae. albopictus in urban parts of Southeast Asia owing to urbanisation highlights a growing need to investigate the potential role of pitchers as larval habitats for vector mosquitoes.2. … Show more

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