Anopheles albimanus

A·noph·e·les al·bim·a·'nus

a species with white hind feet, a common carrier of the malaria parasite in the West Indies and Central America.
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Predictions of adult Anopheles albimanus densities in villages based on distances to remotely sensed larval habitats.
Lastly, Anopheles albimanus, Anopheles aquasalis, Anopheles argyritarsis, Anopheles darlingi, Anopheles hectoris, Anopheles punctimacula, and Anopheles punctipennis, were collected in association with An.
Morphologic variants of Anopheles albimanus and susceptibility to Plasmodium vivax and P.
Changes in glutathione S-transferase activity in DDT resistant natural Mexican populations of Anopheles albimanus under different insecticide resistance management strategies.
During the 3 nights of collection (February 20 through February 22, 2007), over 3,600 mosquitoes from 20 species were collected from human volunteers, with Anopheles albimanus Wiedemann constituting the majority (75%) of those collected (Table 1).
All of the specific chemical combinations he's isolated for both the yellowfever mosquito and Anopheles albimanus, a tropical mosquito that spreads malaria, don't need the [CO.
Anopheles albimanus (Diptera: Culicidae) and cyanobacteria: an example of larval habitat selection.
Laboratory estimation of the effects of increasing temperatures on the duration of gonotrophic cycle of Anopheles albimanus (Diptera: Culicidae).
Even DEET (N,N'-diethyl-n-toluamide), the world's most popular and efficacious repellent, has numerous shortcomings: it can require frequent applications, it must be applied to all exposed body parts, and it won't protect against some dangerous mosquito species, including Anopheles albimanus, the chief malaria vector in Central America.
Life table attributes of Anopheles albimanus (Wiedemann) under controlled laboratory conditions.
Anopheles albimanus has been identified as the vector responsible for nearly all malaria transmission in Haiti (3).
The most important malaria vectors in the country are Anopheles albimanus, Anopheles darlingi, and Anopheles nuneztovari (2), transmitting Plasmodium falciparum (46.