In Argentina, studies of the bioecological aspects of immature anopheline
mosquitoes (Shannon & Davis 1927) and various sanitation strategies for the treatment and elimination of larval habitats (Paterson 1911; Bachmann 1921; Petrocchi 1924) were performed during the past century.
On the adult bionomics of some Indian Anophelines
with special reference to malaria control by pyrethrum spraying.
5% of the Lake region's entire anopheline
ecology and malaria infection during the irrigation development of an area of the Mahaweli project, Sri Lanka.
Anopheles sinensis is the most common anopheline
species in Japan, including the Ryukyu Islands.
Most of the literature on anopheline
mosquitoes has focused on the determination of the presence or absence of adult forms of malaria vectors in the different American countries (Rodriguez & Loyola 1989; Zimmerman 1992; Manguin et al.
Ranson H, N'guessan R, Lines J, Moiroux N, Nkuni Z, Corbel V Pyrethroid resistance in African anopheline
mosquitoes: What are the implications for malaria control?
The hydrology component explicitly represents water pools available as breeding sites to anopheline
mosquitoes by simulating the flow of rainfall into topographical low points and water loss due to evaporation and infiltration.
In particular, the applications of GPS in the context of (i) Mapping larval breeding habitats of anopheline
mosquito; (ii) Mapping spatial distribution/risk of malaria; (iii) Mapping malaria related treatment seeking/availability patterns; and (iv) Integrated GPS and personal digital assistant (PDA) device for household insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) surveys have been discussed along with future trends.
The device is especially useful in pointing out which is the primary vector in any given area and this is important because each species of anopheline
can have a very different biology.
Corethrella appendiculata form mating aggregations in almost complete darkness similar to those of some anopheline
mosquitoes which do the same (Charlwood & Jones 1980; Reisen et al.
The causative agent of malaria was determined in the 1890s by the individual works of Laveran, Grassi and Ross, as a parasite belonging to the genus Plasmodium and transmitted to humans by anopheline