Armigeres


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Armigeres

mosquito species thought to be capable of carrying Japanese encephalitis virus.
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Armigeres obturbans were collected from green vegetation and dense forest near foul standing water.
In contrast with dengue mosquitoes that bite during the day, the culex and Armigeres mosquitoes bite at night.
In regards to the cibarial teeth, the author found that such structures were not present in the genera Culiseta, Armigeres, Aedes, Psorophora, Coquillettidia and in some species of Anopheles.
Ona said the initial assessment of the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) revealed the culex and Armigeres varieties of mosquitoes do not pose any health risks.
It is interesting to note that Culex, Anopheles and Armigeres were also breeding in containers (Table 1).
Fifteen species belonging to five genera; Culex, Anopheles, Aedes, Culiseta and Armigeres were identified.
For the 4 islands, we recorded 40 species (with 4 subspecies) representing 8 genera: Aedeomyia (1 subgenus), Aedes (3 subgenera), Armigeres (1 subgenus), Anopheles (2 subgenera), Culex (2 subgenera), Lutzia (1 subgenus), Mansonia (1 subgenus) and Toxorhynchites (1 subgenus).