Culiseta inornata

Culiseta inornata

mosquito species that is a secondary or suspected vector of Western equine encephalitis and California group encephalitis within the U.S.

Cu·li·se·ta in·or·na·ta

(kū-li-sē'tă in-ōr-nā'tă)
Mosquito species that is a secondary or suspected vector of Western equine encephalitis and California group encephalitis within the U.S.
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Diet destination in Culiseta inornata (Williston): Effect of feeding conditions on the response to ATP and sucrose.
CVV is 1 of at least 9 Bunyamwera serogroup viruses in North America (1,5,6,10), where it was first isolated from Culiseta inornata mosquitoes collected in Cache Valley, Utah, in 1956 (5).
Culiseta inornata was the second most common mosquito found (6%).
trivittatus, Uranotaenia sapphirina, Coquillettidia perturbans, Orthopodomyia signifera, and Culiseta inornata.
sierrensis Lake 7 40 14 50 Aedes vexans Riverside 14 22 Culiseta inornata Kern 14 28 Infection Transmission Species Source by county rate (a) rate (b) Culex tarsalis Yolo 87 60 100 100 Kern 93 40 74 60 Riverside 94 10 85 62 Cx.
Studies on the seasonality of Culiseta inornata in Kern County, California.
Vertical and venereal transmission of California group viruses by Aedes triseriatus and Culiseta inornata mosquitoes.
Culiseta inornata occurs frequently near salt marshes.