Coquillettidia

Coquillettidia

/Co·quil·let·tid·ia/ (ko-kwil″ĕ-tid´e-ah) a genus of large, mostly yellow, viciously biting, fresh-water mosquitoes; C. pertur´bans is a vector of eastern equine encephalitis in North America and C. venezuelen´sis is a South American species that is the vector of several arboviruses including Oropouche virus.
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1 Culicini Culicinae: Coquillettidia (Rhynchotaenia) -- Mansoniini venezuelensis (Theobald, 1912) Mansonia (Mansonia) pseudotitillans -- (Theobald, 1901) Ma.
danbyensis on Coquillettidia perturbans had mean and maximum intensities of 2.
Coquillettidia Encefalitis equina venezolana, encefalitis equina del este Culex Virus del occidente del Nilo, encefalitis equina del este, filariasis Mansonia Virus del occidente del Nilo, encefalitis equina venezolana, encefalitis equina del este Psorophora Encefalitis de San Luis, virus del occidente del Nilo Trichoprosopon Encefalitis equina venezolana Anopheles Malaria Haemagogus Fiebre amarilla selvatica, virus Ilheus Lutzomyia Leishmaniasis Simulium Oncocercosis, mansonelosis Culicoides Virus Oropouche, bluetongue, Congo virus, Haemoproteus.
albimanus Wiedemann VM [check] Coquillettidia (Rhynchotaenia) 31.
Blood meals were most commonly identified from hosts fed on by Coquillettidia perturbans Walker, a particularly opportunistic feeder (Molaei et al.
2004) utilizaron la informacion de Ochlerotatus vigilax (Skuse), Coquillettidia lineales (Skuse) y Culex annulirostris Skuse capturados en minitrampas tipo Centro de Control de Enfermedades (CDC por sus siglas en ingles) y calcularon la autocorrelacion espacial para cada especie mediante los indices de Moran.
Anopheles (Kerteszia) cruzii Dyar & Knab, 1908 foi registrada somente no Carvalho e Coquillettidia (Rynchotaenia) chrysonotum (Peryassu, 1922), apenas na Trilha (Tabela 1).
In suburban Minnesota, Aedes vexans and Coquillettidia perturbans, both WNV-transmitting species, are the dominant species found in surveys, according to Jim Stark from the Metropolitan Mosquito Control District in Minneapolis.
Abstract: A detailed description of the cibarial armature of the Neotropical mosquitoes Mansonia titillans, Psorophora cingulata, Coquillettidia arribalzagae, Culex coronator and Limatus durhamii, is presented.
BFV has been isolated from > 73 species of mosquitoes belonging to four genera: Aedes, Culex (some Aedes species were renamed Ochlerotatus) (Reinert 2000), Anopheles, and Coquillettidia (Boyd et al.
modestus, y Coquillettidia richiardii, en Asia los principales vectores son Culex quinquefasciatus, Cx.
These species are Aedes atlanticus, Aedes mitchellae, Aedes sollicitans, Aedes taeniorhynchus, Coquillettidia perturbans, and Culex nigripalpus.