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Contributions à la faune des moustiques du Sud-Est asiatique : 12. Clés illustrées des genres de moustiques

  title={Contributions {\`a} la faune des moustiques du Sud-Est asiatique : 12. Cl{\'e}s illustr{\'e}es des genres de moustiques},
  author={P. F. Mattingly and J. Rageau},
  journal={Contributions of the American Entomological Institute},
Mosquito survey in Mauritania: Detection of Rift Valley fever virus and dengue virus and the determination of feeding patterns
Results of this study demonstrate the circulation of RVFV in Mauritania and thus the need for further research to investigate the distribution of the virus and its vectors and factors that may contribute to its maintenance should be analyzed more closely.
Evaluation of the insecticidal activity of the methanol extracts of Calotropis procera (Asclepiadaceae) and Albizia lebbeck (Mimosaceae) on larvae of Culex quinquefasciatus Say, 1823
Background Vector-borne diseases are mostly transmitted by mosquitoes. Therefore, these mosquitoes constitute a socio-economic scourge. Due to the resistance of mosquitoes to synthetic chemical
Quantifying and characterizing hourly human exposure to malaria vectors bites to address residual malaria transmission during dry and rainy seasons in rural Southwest Burkina Faso
LLINs are predicted to provide considerable protection against exposure to malaria vector bites in the rural area of Diébougou and complementary strategies targeting indoor biting vectors in combination with LLIN are expected to be the most efficient to control residual malaria transmission in this area.
Breeding Habitat Distribution of Medically Important Mosquitoes in Kurunegala, Gampaha, Kegalle, and Kandy Districts of Sri Lanka and Potential Risk for Disease Transmission: A Cross-Sectional Study
The findings of the current study would be useful to identify the entomological potential for disease transmission and facilitate the implementation of appropriate vector control interventions.
Molecular Characterization of Culturable Aerobic Bacteria in the Midgut of Field-Caught Culex tritaeniorhynchus, Culex gelidus, and Mansonia annulifera Mosquitoes in the Gampaha District of Sri Lanka
The relative distribution of midgut microbes in different mosquito species differed significantly among the three studied adult mosquito species, which strongly encourage further investigations to explore the potential usage of these microbes through paratransgenic approach for novel eco-friendly vector control strategies.
Naturally Occurring Microbiota Associated with Mosquito Breeding Habitats and Potential Parasitic Species against Mosquito Larvae: A Study from Gampaha District, Sri Lanka
A mosquito species has its own favourable requirements of abiotic and biotic characteristics including microbiota, in a breeding habitat. Some of the microbiota may cause parasitic or pathogenic
Diptera of Canada
A total of 116 families and 9620 described species of Canadian Diptera are reported, representing more than a 36% increase in species numbers since the last comparable assessment by JF McAlpine et al. (1979).
Aedes mosquito species in western Saudi Arabia
Abstract The Aedes Meigen (Diptera: Culicidae) mosquito species populations in the western region of Saudi Arabia, especially in and around Jeddah, are increasing, therefore increasing susceptibility
Field evaluation of the response of Aedes albopictus (Stegomyia albopicta) to three oviposition attractants and different ovitrap placements using black and clear autocidal ovitraps in a rural area of Same, Timor‐Leste
Dodecanoic acid and cigarette butt infusions were not significantly more attractive than the control; however, they attracted various other Diptera and many non‐culicid larvae developed in ovitraps in which these substances were used; thus, the presence of eggs or larvae of other species may have deterred Aedes oviposition.


A new genus and species of mosquito from Colombia, Galindomyia leei (Diptera, Culicidae, Culicini).
GALINDOMYIA, monobasic for leei, a crab hole breeding species of mosquito, is described from Colombia. Many thousands of mosquitoes were collected in the Rio Raposo study area on the Pacific Coast of
Observations on diurnal forest mosquitoes in relation to sylvan yellow fever in Panama.
The distribution, the annual cycle of abundance, the vertical stratification in the forest, and the possible relationship of the forest mosquitoes attacking man to the transmission of sylvan yellow fever following an outbreak of this disease in Panama are recorded.
The Natural History of Mosquitoes
Contributions to the Mosquito Fauna of Southeast Asia. VIII. Genus Aedes, Subgenus Mucidus Theobald in Southeast Asia
Six species from Southeast Asia in which the range of one is enlarged and the hitherto unknown immature forms of Ae.
Mosquito studies (Diptera, Culicidae) XXI. The Culicidae of Jamaica
  • Contr. Am. ent. Inst
  • 1970
Mosquito studies XX
  • The terrens group of Aedes (Finlaya). Contr. Am. ent. Inst. 5(3): 1-158.
  • 1970
A textbook of malaria eradication
Ecology of Insect Vector Populations.
Mosquito studies (Diptera, Culicidae) XVill
  • The subgenus Micraedes of Culex. Contr. Am. ent. Inst. 5(1): 21-63.
  • 1969