Cellia

Cellia

An obsolete genus of mosquitoes of the subfamily Anophelinae, now included in the genus Anopheles.
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Coosemans, "Bionomics, taxonomy, and distribution of the major malaria vector taxa of Anopheles subgenus Cellia in Southeast Asia: an updated review," Infection, Genetics and Evolution, vol.
Known or potential vectors of human infectious diseases were also collected from PHP NBCA, including Aedes vexans (Meigan), Ae albopictus (Skuse), and several unconfirmed species of Anopheles (Anopheles), An (Cellia), Culex (Culex), and Mansonia.
Subgenus Cellia representing bulk of Pakistani mosquitoes showed a monophyletic lineage (bootstrap value: 97).
Anopheles (Cellia) annularis Van der Wulp is widespread in Asia and recently emerged as an important vector of malaria in India and neighbouring countries (1-2).
Twenty-four Anopheline (seventeen species of subgenus Cellia and seven species of subgenus Anopheles) were recorded from Pakistan (Felix et al., 2002).
& PHILLIPS, A., 1997.- Variation in cuticular hydrocarbons among strains of Anopheles (Cellia) stephensi Liston possibly related to prior insecticide exposure.
TIME OUT Patients Cellia Stewart and Jean Russell relax in the Reflection Room
Morphological and molecular identity of Anopheles (Cellia) sundaicus (Diptera: Culicidae), the nominotypical member of a malaria vector species complex in Southeast Asia.
Anopheles fluviatilis James, belonging to series Myzomia of the subgenus Cellia, is widely distributed throughout India.
The workers at the five-acre "Cellia Sanchez Manguley" organoponico in the provincial city of Sancti Spiritus prove the point.
Delores Bailey Consultant Cellia May Barbuscia Lockheed Martin Space Systems Alan Robert Barnes BAE Systems Ltd.
However, the fact that it was Macarius of Alexandria and Macarius the Egyptian whom the tribunes met, whose activities centred in the western desert about Cellia and Scetis, suggest that the tribunes were engaged in a journey either to or from the south of Egypt.