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.
However, once Gudalur taluk was considered as malaria endemic area and Anopheles fluviatilis was responsible for the transmission of malaria.
Differentiation of members of the Anopheles fluviatilis species complex by an allele-specific polymerase chain reaction based on 28S ribosomal DNA sequences.
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.