Deinocerites

Deinocerites

a mosquito, vector of the virus of equine encephalomyelitis.
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Culex nigripalpus Culex quinquefasciatus Culex salinarius Culiseta inornata Deinocerites mathesoni Mansonia titillans Toxorhynchites rutilus septentrionalis Uranotaenia spp.
Tribe Culicini, Deinocerites, Uranotaenia, Mansonia, Orthopodomyia, Aedomyia, Aedes, Psorophora, Haemagogus, Tribe Sabethini, Trichoprosopon, Wyeomyia, PhonionLvia, Limatus, Sabethes.
Tribe Culicini, Deinocerites, Uranotaenia, Mansonia, Orthopodomyia, Aedeomyia, Aedes, Psorophora, Haemagogus, tribe Sabethini, Trichoprosopon, Wyeomyia, phoniomyia, Limatus and Sabethes.
The title reflects the discovery that Deinocerites pseudes, the crab hole mosquito, found along the Pacific coast of Central America was a competent vector of the epidemic and epizootic VEE virus that was causing disease and death in equids and humans at the time (1).
Six species of Deinocerites are recorded from Mexico, including two previously known to occur in Quintana Roo State (Table 2).
Morfologia bucal larval de Deinocerites melanophylum Dyar & Knab y D.
nigripalpus in northern Florida (10), and from Anopheles atropos, Deinocerites cancer, and Aedes taeniorhynchus in the Florida Keys (11).