Besides, 3(4.6%) habitats were positive for culicine
and 6(9.4%) were found to contain both.
This was done separately for anophelines and culicines
. The variable area had three categories in Malindi: urban, peri-urban, or rural.
The presence of Culicine
mosquitoes breeding in the same habitats exacerbated the problem of mosquito biting, though the species were of no medical importance in Botswana.
It is very obvious because they provide the most important breeding places for culicine
mosquito larvae after raining.1
Development of combined use of Neem (Azadirachta indica) and water management for the control of culicine
mosquitoes in rice fields.
Mosquito (anopheline) - A different sub-family from culicine
, these mosquitoes have patches of light and dark scales on the wings.
McIver, "Fine structure of antennal sensilla coeloconica of culicine
mosquitoes," Tissue and Cell, vol.
In another evaluation carried out for more than one year, Samnotra & Premkumar (16) observed that in control operations, weekly application of pirimiphos-methyl at the dosage of 12.5 g(ai)/ha, against culicine
mosquitoes caused 81.7 per cent reduction in immature density.
Few authors, such as Lane (1953), Valencia (1973), Sirivanakarn (1978), have described or figured the CA of neotropical culicine
species reported from Costa Rica.
Isolation of spondweni virus from four species of culicine
mosquitoes and a report of two laboratory infections with the virus.
mosquitoes (nonanophelines) collected from Kyushu Island in 2013 included Ae.
Abstract.- Four anopheline and nine culicine
mosquito species have been reported from Murree Hills.