Aedes albopictus


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Related to Aedes albopictus: genus Aedes, Aedes vexans
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Synonyms for Aedes albopictus

striped native of Japan thriving in southwestern and midwestern United States and spreading to the Caribbean

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Aedes albopictus fue el vector mas importante en los brotes de la isla La Reunion en el Oceano Indico, de algunas partes de la India, en el sudeste de Asia y en Italia (10, 29).
In fact, a growing number of scientists have concluded that Aedes albopictus may be an underestimated threat to public health in the temperate zones of the United States and Europe.
El Aedes albopictus es originario del sureste de Asia, las islas del Pacifico occidental y el oceano Indico [1], pero se ha constituido en una especie cosmopolita que en la actualidad se encuentra presente en diferentes paises de Europa, Africa y America [4, 5].
Pupal mass and wing length as indicators of fecundity in Aedes albopictus and Aedes geniculatus (Diptera: Culicidae).
Aedes albopictus was found to be the predominant species collected.
Studies dealing with competition between the larvae of two invasive species of mosquito, Aedes albopictus and Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae), have shown that Aedes albopicus is the better competitor under most environments.
Survival and development of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) larvae under a seasonally changing environment in Nagasaki, Japan.
I describe here an application of a video technique used to study the behavioural time budgets of the larvae of three mosquito species, namely Aedes albopictus, Culex pipiens and Anopheles stephensi.
The range of Aedes albopictus ('Asian tiger mosquito'), a secondary dengue vector related to the classical vector, Aedes aegypti, has been expanding globally at an alarming rate.
The range of Aedes albopictus (the Asian tiger mosquito), a secondary dengue vector related to the classical vector, Aeries aegypti, has been expanding globally at an alarming rate.
Although aedes aegypti has so for long been considered to be the primary mosquito vector of CHIKV, aedes albopictus has been the incriminated vector during the recent epidemics in Reunion and Mauritius.
A laboratory and field evaluation of Macrocyclops distinctus, Megacyclops viridis and Mesocyclops pehpeiensis as a control agents of the dengue vector Aedes albopictus in peridomestic area in Nagasaki, Japan.
Aedes albopictus has been a successful introduced species in North America, Pacific Islands (Hawley 1988), South America (Barrera 1996), Africa, and Europe (Mitchell 1995).