Entomopathogenic fungi for mosquito control: A review

@article{Scholte2004EntomopathogenicFF,
  title={Entomopathogenic fungi for mosquito control: A review},
  author={E J Scholte and Bart G. J. Knols and Robert a. Samson and Willem Takken},
  journal={Journal of Insect Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={193 - 196}
}
Fungal diseases in insects are common and widespread and can decimate their populations in spectacular epizootics. Virtually all insect orders are susceptible to fungal diseases, including Dipterans. Fungal pathogens such as Lagenidium, Coelomomyces and Culicinomyces are known to affect mosquito populations, and have been studied extensively. There are, however, many other fungi that infect and kill mosquitoes at the larval and/or adult stage. The discovery, in 1977, of the selective mosquito… CONTINUE READING
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