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A worker logs in the location, date, time and other relevant information on a specific mosquito collected. The team uses GPS equipment to find the exact latitude and longitude. The information will be fed into a database that will sketch the population and habits of the <em>Anopheles arabiensis</em> in the area.
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A worker logs in the location, date, time and other relevant information on a specific mosquito collected. The team uses GPS equipment to find the exact latitude and longitude. The information will be fed into a database that will sketch the population and habits of the Anopheles arabiensis in the area.

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