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Distribution of malaria vectors
- New York, NY : American Geographical Society, 1951.
- American Geographical Society of New York. Companion text: Map of the World Distribution of Dengue and Yellow Fever / Jacques M. May. New York, NY: American Geographical Society of New York. Geographical Review. Vol. 42 no. 2. 1952. 283-286 pp. Alternate title on verso: World distribution of malaria vectors. Briesemeister elliptical equal-area projection. On upper right margin: Atlas of distribution of diseases - plate 3. Ancillary maps: Distribution of malaria parasites -- Species of anopheles locally distributed over southern Europe, the Near East, and Africa -- Species of anopheles locally distributed over southern Asia and Indonesia. Chart: Resume of natural history. Verso: Selected bibliography. To accompany: Geographical review, vol. 41, no. 4, 1951.
- Diseases and World—Maps
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