Anopheles superpictus

A·noph·e·les su·per·pic·'tus

a species that is an important vector of malaria in the Mediterranean region, the Middle East, and South Asia.
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Anopheles superpictus was distributed in the study area and found in 28.8% of breeding sites.
Although control campaigns against falciparum malaria, transmitted by the freshwater breeder Anopheles superpictus, have been successful, P.
Anopheles superpictus were found only in two provinces (Naynawa and Dyala) which lie to the north of Baghdad, with an average density range of 1-4.4 mosquitoes per room.