Anopheles freeborni

A·noph·e·les free·bor'n·i

a species that is a vector in the western U.S. (although endemic cases are no longer present).
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Use of Gambusia affinis as a biological agent against Culex tarsalis and Anopheles freeborni in Sacramento valley rice fields.
Anopheles freeborni, and Anopheles stephensi with Plasmodium malariae and Plasmodium brasilianum.
The malaria-causing microbe doesn't live in California, but the state harbors populations of Anopheles freeborni, a mosquito that can carry the parasite.