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The biological control program depended upon mosquitoes to vector the disease and spread it among the rabbit population. 27 However, instead of dying out during the winter as expected, some virus survived and established enzootic foci for the disease. Those foci produced mutant strains of virus with reduced virulence, as evidenced by longer survival times for infected rabbits (weeks rather than days). Because of the longer survival times, the probability for mosquitoes to acquire and transmit the attenuated virus strains was far greater than that for the highly virulent strains.
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