Anopheles quadrimaculatus

A·noph·e·les quad·ri·ma·cu·la·'tus

a species that was formerly an important carrier of malaria in the southern U.S.
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Susceptibility of Aedes aegypti, Culex quinquefasciatus Say, and Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say to 19 pesticides with different modes of action.
The mosquito vector for malaria here is Anopheles quadrimaculatus, the species with dappled wings that bite at your feet at dusk and is very common in basements during winter.
Effects of interspecific competition, predation and their interaction on survival and development time of immature Anopheles quadrimaculatus.
Anopheles quadrimaculatus is a complex of five nearly identical species, although one of them, An.
In terms of basic field parasitology research their work was limited to the observation that larvae of Anopheles quadrimaculatus, which was a known vector for human infecting Plasmodium and a new Lake region distribution record, were abundant in the Lake.
Repellency of two controlled release formulations of DEET against Anopheles quadrimaculatus and Aedes taeniorhyncus mosquitoes.
Infection and transmission studies with eastern encephalitis virus in Anopheles albimanus and Anopheles quadrimaculatus.
Barrier strip and pre-flood treatments with DDT to control Anopheles quadrimaculatus.
Allozyme diversity in Anopheles quadrimaculatus (sensu stricto.
Anopheles quadrimaculatus is a malaria carrier that generally attacks the upper torso.
Malaria could threaten areas with the right combination of risk factors in place--a resident population of Anopheles quadrimaculatus mosquitoes and a large number of recent immigrants from developing countries or travelers to those countries where malaria is endemic.
Other species, such as the malaria-carrying Anopheles quadrimaculatus, turn up their noses--or proboscises, rather--at human scents in the lab.