They are in 16 genera, namely Aedes (22 species), Anopheles (33), Armigeres (14), Coquillettidia (2), Culex
(12), Ficalbia (1), Heizmannia (1), Hodgesia (1), Mansonia (4), Mimomyia (2), Orthopodomyia (1), Topomyia (1), Toxorhynchites (2), Tripteroides (2), Uronotanea (2), Verrallina (1).
We determined the natural SINV infection rates (IRs) in Culex
mosquitoes, which were identified by using a newly developed molecular method for reliable identification of Cx.
In this study, we are interested in the direct and indirect effects of this product on the most abundant species of Culicidae in Algeria: Culex
gelidus is a highly invasive mosquito, a voracious biter of humans and breeds profusely in rice fields/ ground pools etc (3,14).
quinquefasciatus Say was the most abundant species in urban Wuhan (Bao et al.
For example, Culex
mosquitoes, which transmit West Nile and other life-threatening illnesses, are able to detect even minute concentrations of nonanal, a chemical substance given off by humans.
3% repellency against Aedes aegyptii and 100% repellency against Anopheles stephensi and Culex
modestus, which has not been seen in Britain since 1945, has been found breeding in the marshes of north Kent and south Essex in the past 2 years.
tarsalis mosquitoes, the species that carry the virus, prefer still and shallow bodies of water and hot weather
camptorhynchites) have been known to transmit the virus in Africa, while Culex
annulirostris, Mansonia uniformis, and Anopheles mosquitoes have also occasionally been incriminated (18,20).
2:15 PATTERNS OF OVIPOSITION FOR CULEX
MOSQUITOES IN RESPONSE TO AEDES ALBOPICTUS LARVAE
West Nile virus (WNV) is a mosquito-borne disease agent primarily associated with the Culex
genus of mosquito as vectors and several species of birds as reservoir hosts.
In some urban areas, streams highly polluted by combined sewer overflows (CSOs) represent significant habitats for the WNV mosquito vector Culex
Japanese encephalitis is a viral disease and is transmitted by female mosquitoes, mainly belonging to Culex
vishnui and Culex
During September and October 2004, we infected Hawaiian amakihi (Hemignathus virens) with a North American isolate of WNV by needle inoculation and mosquito bite to observe susceptibility, mortality, and illness in this endemic passerine, and to determine the vector competence of the co-occurring, introduced mosquito Culex