Haemagogus

Haemagogus

(hē″mă-gŏg′ŭs) [″ + agogos, leading]
A genus of mosquitoes that includes species that are vectors of yellow fever.
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It is caused by the yellow fever virus (family Flaviviridae, genus Flavivirus), which is carried by the vector mosquitoes Haemagogus and Sabethes (sylvatic cycle) and Aedes aegypti (urban cycle) (2).
1,2) The sylvatic transmission occurs between non-human primates and sylvatic mosquitoes, mainly those belonging to the genera Haemagogus and Sabethes abundant in the forest canopy (3,4) There can be outbreaks of sylvatic yellow fever in cyclical intervals from three to seven years, which result from the epizootics in non-human primates.
120) The apparent primary vectors, Haemagogus mosquitoes, inhabit rural settings, a reason that may justify the relative paucity of cases and inhibited endemicity.
En este contexto, cobra importancia el estudio de generos de mosquitos como Culex Linnaeus, 1758, Haemagogus Williston, 1896, Trichoprosopon Theobald, 1901, Wyeomyia Theobald, 1901 y Orthopodomyia Theobald, 1904 en los cuales se incluyen especies transmisoras de arbovirus de la familia Bunyaviridae a animales y humanos, mosquitos que se han registrado en criaderos fitotelmata, unos de los criaderos mas antiguos de Culicidae (Forattini 1965a; Cyrino y Lopes 2001 ; Forattini 2002; Ferro et al.
It is caused by the yellow fever virus (YFV) that is transmitted to humans through the bite of the Aedes or Haemagogus mosquitoes (Lindenbach 2007).
haemagogus es desde Tabasco, Mexico, hasta Guatemala (Fairchild 1971; Fairchild & Burger 1994).
Os Haemagogus sao mosquitos hematofagos de atividade diurna que habitam as copas das arvores, exatamente onde especies como o macacoprego vao buscar frutas, sementes, insetos e pequenos vertebrados para se alimentar.
Just as in Haemagogus capricornii Lutz and Haemagogus janthinomys Dyar populations in Brazil, the molecular and morphological diversity of An.
Tribe Culicini, Deinocerites, Uranotaenia, Mansonia, Orthopodomyia, Aedeomyia, Aedes, Psorophora, Haemagogus, tribe Sabethini, Trichoprosopon, Wyeomyia, phoniomyia, Limatus and Sabethes.