Psorophora

Psorophora

a genus of mosquitoes; a cause of severe insect worry when in large numbers and may cause deaths of poultry.
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Maguari virus has been previously isolated from mosquitoes of the Aedes, Mansonia, and Psorophora spp.
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.
venustus Mammals Skin Snow & Picard, 1954 Mansonia Bird, Skin Brown & Pearson, perturbans Mammals 1938 Orthopodomyia Birds Skin Brown & Pearson, signifera 1938 Phlebotomus Mammals Skin Snow & Picard, 1954 shannoni Psorophora Birds, Skin Brown & Pearson, ciliata Mammals 1938 P.
Trichoprosopon pallidiventer Lutz, 1905 foi a unica especie dominante no Carvalho e na Trilha Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) scapularis (Rondani, 1848) e Psorophora (Janthinosoma) ferox (Von Humboldt, 1819).
In most cases, streams did not overflow and rain water that collected in soil depressions dried up before eggs of Aedes and Psorophora mosquitoes hatched.
The larvae were identified and found to belong to five species, namely, Anopheles punctipennis, Culex restuans, Culex territans, Ochlerotatus atlanticus, and Psorophora columbiae.
To the Editor: Ilheus virus (ILHV) was first isolated from mosquitoes of the genera Ochlerotatus and Psorophora near Ilheus, Bahia, Brazil, in 1944 (1).
Psorophora mathesoni has been recorded in Montgomery County (as Psorophora varipes) as early as 1946 (Shlaifer and Harding; 1946).
Psorophora columbiae is a freshwater flood mosquito associated with rice fields and suspected of spreading Venezuelan equine encephalitis in the United States every few decades.