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Volume 2, Number 2—April 1996

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An Outbreak of Ross River Virus Disease in Southwestern Australia

Michael Lindsay*, Nidia Oliveira†, Eva Jasinska*, Cheryl Johansen†, Sue Harrington‡, A.E Wright‡, and David Smith§
Author affiliations: *University of Western Australia, Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre, Nedlands, Western Australia; †University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland; ‡Health Department of Western Australia, Mt. Claremont, Western Australia; §Western Australian Centre for Pathology and Medical Research, Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre, Nedlands, Western Australia

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Mean number of adult mosquitoes (total population and dominant species) and isolations of Ross River virus from mosquitoes at Capel–Busselton region, wetland site, January 1995 to January 1996.

Figure 3. Mean number of adult mosquitoes (total population and dominant species) and isolations of Ross River virus from mosquitoes at Capel–Busselton region, wetland site, January 1995 to January 1996.

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