The effect of temperature on pre-adult development of aedes flavescens (diptera: culicidae). Trpiš, M. & Shemanchuk, J. A. The Canadian Entomologist, 101(02):128–132, February, 1969.
The effect of temperature on pre-adult development of aedes flavescens (diptera: culicidae) [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
The most suitable temperature for larval development of Aedes flavescens was found to be 20 °C. At this temperature 74% of the larvae pupated in 20 days. At 15 °C the developmental period was 42 days with a survival rate of 54%. At 25 °C the developmental period was 22 days but the survival rate dropped to 7%. At 10 °C the developmental period was 80 days with a survival rate of 6%. At 5 °C and 30 °C mortality was 100% in the first instar stage. Adult males emerged from the pupae in three days at 25 °C, two days earlier than the females.
@article{trpis_effect_1969,
	title = {The effect of temperature on pre-adult development of aedes flavescens (diptera: culicidae)},
	volume = {101},
	issn = {0008-347X, 1918-3240},
	shorttitle = {{THE} {EFFECT} {OF} {TEMPERATURE} {ON} {PRE}-{ADULT} {DEVELOPMENT} {OF} {AEDES} {FLAVESCENS} ({DIPTERA}},
	url = {http://www.journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0008347X00062088},
	doi = {10.4039/Ent101128-2},
	abstract = {The most suitable temperature for larval development of Aedes flavescens was found to be 20 °C. At this temperature 74\% of the larvae pupated in 20 days. At 15 °C the developmental period was 42 days with a survival rate of 54\%. At 25 °C the developmental period was 22 days but the survival rate dropped to 7\%. At 10 °C the developmental period was 80 days with a survival rate of 6\%. At 5 °C and 30 °C mortality was 100\% in the first instar stage. Adult males emerged from the pupae in three days at 25 °C, two days earlier than the females.},
	language = {en},
	number = {02},
	urldate = {2017-08-30},
	journal = {The Canadian Entomologist},
	author = {Trpiš, Milan and Shemanchuk, J. A.},
	month = feb,
	year = {1969},
	pages = {128--132}
}
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