Anopheles fluviatilis

A·noph·e·les flu·vi·a·ti·l'is

a species that is an important vector of malaria in India and Pakistan.
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Anopheles fluviatilis was collected from breeding sites located in hilly and undulating areas as identified through DEM.
Differentiation of members of the Anopheles fluviatilis species complex by an allele-specific polymerase chain reaction based on 28S ribosomal DNA sequences.
Studies on ecology and behaviour of Anopheles fluviatilis James, 1902 (Diptera: Culicidae) in relation to malaria transmission in Koraput district, Orissa, India.
Confirmation of two sibling species among Anopheles fluviatilis mosquitoes in south and southeastern Iran by analysis of cytochrome oxidase I gene.
Background & objectives: Anopheles fluviatilis, which ranks second among the major malarial vectors in India occurs as a complex of three morphologically identical species (species S, T and U) of which only species S is a vector.
Wash-resistance and field evaluation of alpha-cypermethrin treated long-lasting insecticidal net (Interceptor) against malaria vectors Anopheles culicifacies and Anopheles fluviatilis in a tribal area of Orissa, India.
Biological features of Anopheles fluviatilis and its role in the transmission of malaria in Iran.
Reliability of light trap sampling for Anopheles fluviatilis, a vector of malaria.
Anopheles fluviatilis has been reported as a primary vector of malaria in the forests of adjoining States of Chhattisgarh including Maharashtra (4,5).
Anopheles fluviatilis has been reported as a primary vector of malaria in the forests of adjoining states of Jharkhand like Orissa and Chhattisgarh and is found to transimit malaria throughout the year in these areas, whereas An.