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Aedes (Finlaya) japonicus japonicus (Theobald), a new introduction into the United States.
Aedes (Finlaya)Japonicus japonicus is recorded for the first time in the United States during the months of August and September 1998. Expand
Six new species of the Anopheles leucosphyrus group, reinterpretation of An. elegans and vector implications
Six new species are here described from adult, pupal and larval stages (with illustrations of immature stages) and formally named as follows: An. Expand
Revision of the Leucosphyrus group of Anopheles (Cellia) (Diptera, Culicidae)
This is a comprehensive revision of 20 species of the Leucosphyrus Group of the Neomyzomyia Series of Anopheles (Cellia). Expand
Illustrated keys to the mosquitoes of Thailand III. Genera Aedeomyia, Ficalbia, Mimomyia, Hodgesia, Coquillettidia, Mansonia, and Uranotaenia.
Illustrated keys for the identification of fourth-instar larvae and adult females of seven genera of mosquitoes are presented, along with the geographic distribution of each species and the knownExpand
Taxonomic Changes, Revised Occurrence Records and Notes on the Culicidae of Thailand and Neighboring Countries
Abstract : Published mosquito records for Thailand listed in the world mosquito catalog and supplements and in several recently published checklists are reviewed and revised based upon specimensExpand
Biochemical systematics and population genetic structure of Anopheles pseudopunctipennis, vector of malaria in Central and South America.
An electrophoretic survey of 42 populations of Anopheles pseudopunctipennis collected throughout its known geographic distribution was performed to clarify the taxonomic status of this importantExpand
Environmental and Regional Determinants of Anopheles (Diptera: Culicidae) Larval Distribution in Belize, Central America
The results demonstrated the controlling influence of dominant aquatic vegetation on larval presence of Anopheles species, including A. albimanus, which occurred mostly on the coastal plain, and both species were present in both wet and dry seasons. Expand
Systematics of Onirion, a new genus of Sabethini (Diptera: Culicidae) from the Neotropical Region.
This paper presents a cladistic analysis of the phylogenetic relationships of Onirion, focusing on the relationships between males and females of the species. Expand
Characterization of Anopheles pseudopunctipennis larval habitats.
A survey of Anopheles pseudopunctipennis larval habitats was performed throughout most of its known geographic range, findingatures were found primarily during the dry season in sun-exposed freshwater stream pools with clear, shallow, stagnant water containing abundant filamentous green algae and/or aquatic vegetation. Expand
A New Classification for the Leucosphyrus Group of Anopheles (Cellia)
Only in recent years has the public health significance of the Leucosphyrus Group been fully realized, with dims now viewed by most in- vestigators as the most important vector on mainland Southeast Asia. Expand