Aedes triseriatus


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Related to Aedes triseriatus: Aedes albopictus, Aedes vexans, Aedes taeniorhynchus

A·e·des triseriatus

mosquito species that is a vector of California group encephalitis.

Aedes triseriatus

A species that transmits Jamestown Canyon virus, La Crosse virus, and other California encephalitis viruses.
See also: Aedes
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1982) summarized what was known about Aedes chromosomal evolution, including enzyme map homologies, and noted that transposition of blocks of linked enzyme loci, as well as numerous inversions, had occurred in the divergence of Aedes aegypt, Aedes triseriatus, and Aeries atropalpus.
Recent studies by Grimstad and others suggest that the salivary glands in Aedes hendersoni, compared with those in Aedes triseriatus, have smaller pores, effectively sieving out the virus before the mosquito injects its saliva into a human host.
La Crosse encephalitis virus infection in field-collected Aedes albopictus, Aedes japonicus, and Aedes triseriatus in Tennessee.
Of the 237 reported WNV-infected pools, 137 pools were Culex pipiens/restuans, 44 were Culex pipiens, 25 were Culex salinarius (23 from Staten Island, one from Bronx, and one from Queens, New York City), three were Culex restuans, three were Aedes japonicus (Orange, Rockland, and Westchester counties, New York), three were Aedes vexans (Brooklyn and Staten Island), two were Aedes triseriatus (Staten Island), and one was Anopheles punctipennis (Staten Island).
The potential of Aedes triseriatus (Diptera: Culicidae) as an enzootic vector of West Nile virus.