Haemagogus

Haemagogus

(hē″mă-gŏg′ŭs) [″ + agogos, leading]
A genus of mosquitoes that includes species that are vectors of yellow fever.
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podographicus were collected together with Sabethes chloropterus (Humboldt) and Haemagogus spp.
Diseases Pathogens Genera of main vectors Yellow fever Yellow Fever virus Aedes Haemagogus (Flavivirus) Sabethes Dengue (D1, D2, D3, Dengue fever D4) viruses Aedes (Flavivirus) Chikungunya Chikungunya virus Aedes (Alphavirus) Zika fever Zika virus (ZIKV) Aedes (Flavivirus) Rift Valley fever Rift Valley fever Aedes, Culex virus (Phlebovirus) West Nile Fever West Nile virus Culex (Flavivirus) Equine Encephalitis Equine Encephalitis Culex virus (Alphavirus, Flavivirus) Japanese Japanese Culex Encephalitis Encephalitis virus (Flavivirus) Saint Saint Louis Louis Encephalitis Culex Encephalitis virus (Flavivirus) P.
Sarihumma hastaligi Aedes ya da Haemagogus cinsi sivrisineklerin isirmasi ile bulasan viral bir hastaliktir.
It is caused by the yellow fever virus (family Flaviviridae, genus Flavivirus), which is carried by the vector mosquitoes Haemagogus and Sabethes (sylvatic cycle) and Aedes aegypti (urban cycle) (2).
(1,2) The sylvatic transmission occurs between non-human primates and sylvatic mosquitoes, mainly those belonging to the genera Haemagogus and Sabethes abundant in the forest canopy (3,4) There can be outbreaks of sylvatic yellow fever in cyclical intervals from three to seven years, which result from the epizootics in non-human primates.
(120) The apparent primary vectors, Haemagogus mosquitoes, inhabit rural settings, a reason that may justify the relative paucity of cases and inhibited endemicity.