The AMJ is a peer-reviewed, biannual health journal published by Anuradhapura Clinical Society (ACS). The Journal strives to be a forum for all health professionals to publish original research and review articles in their area of expertise. The AMJ publishes articles in clinical medicine, public health and health promotion. Our priority is given to manuscripts on health related issues which affects the communities living in rural tropical communities. Established as a journal in 2006 as a publication parallel to ACS annual scientific sessions, the journal was relaunched as a proper journal in 2013.
Anuradhapura Medical Journal is a member of COPE and is included on DOAJ.
Cover image © Lahiru Pathiraja
Captured in Anuradhapura 2018
Chalky Percher Diplacodes trivialisdistributed, India to Japan, Indonesia, several regions of Australia, West Pacific and Fiji. It is distributed throughout the island and inhabit in ponds, marshes, canals and lakes. Usually adult dragonflies feed on mosquitoes, fleas, flies and butterflies. Dragonflies’ nymph feeds on mosquito larvae. Dragonflies are valuable biological control of the mosquito populations.