Coquillettidia

Coquillettidia

/Co·quil·let·tid·ia/ (ko-kwil″ĕ-tid´e-ah) a genus of large, mostly yellow, viciously biting, fresh-water mosquitoes; C. pertur´bans is a vector of eastern equine encephalitis in North America and C. venezuelen´sis is a South American species that is the vector of several arboviruses including Oropouche virus.
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Coquillettidia perturbans was previously collected on Fort Campbell (Carpenter, 1952), including eleven specimens in New Jersey light traps during 1987, but could not be confirmed by field collections during 1996 to 1998.
2]-baited traps when combined with a worn sock for most mosquitoes, including species of Aedes, Anopheles, Coquillettidia, Culex, Culiseta, and Psorophora--major disease-transmitting mosquitoes.
vestitipennis Dyar and Knab, Coquillettidia venezuelensis (Theobald), Culex arizonensis Bohart, Mansonia titillans (Walker), Psorophora mathesoni Belkin and Heinemann, Uranotaenia anhydor syntheta Dyar and Shannon, Ur.
The first isolation of OROV was reported in Trinidad and Tobago in 1955, when the virus was isolated from the blood of a febrile patient and from a pool of Coquillettidia venezuelensis mosquitoes (3).
Mansonia titillans and Coquillettidia perturbans, two biting pests implicated in transmitting eastern equine encephalitis, are also attracted.
Other mosquito species such as Aedes vexans, Coquillettidia perturbans, Ochlerotatus canadensis, and Oc.
2 Coquillettidia venezuelensis Haemagogus leucocelaenus 56 (2) 83 (3) Johnbelkinia sp.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate 2 formulations each of SS20 and Bayrepel against deet using volunteers acting as both treatment and their own control against Anopheles, Aedes, Coquillettidia, and especially Culex and Mansonia, the 2 most prevalent mosquito species in Kisumu, western Kenya.
The most common mosquitoes in British Columbia are Coquillettidia purturbans and members of the genus Aedes.
1 0 Coquillettidia richiardii 2 0 Ochlerotatus caspius 491 33 Oc.
camptorhynchus, 4 were positive pools of Coquillettidia linealis (Skuse), and 1 each were Anopheles annulipes (Walker s.