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Aedes bahamensis

Known as: Aedes (Howardina) bahamensis, Ochlerotatus (Howardina) bahamensis, Ochlerotatus bahamensis 
National Institutes of Health

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Review
2016
Review
2016
Members of the order Harpacticoida are primarily free-living and benthic but some lineages have adopted alternative modes of life… 
2013
2013
Maritrema orensensis sp. n. (Digenea: Microphallidae) from Balneario Orense, Buenos Aires province, Argentina, is described… 
Review
2006
Review
2006
Abstract Termite surveys of 33 islands of the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos (BATC) archipelago yielded 3,533 colony samples from… 
2006
2006
N ABSTRACT. Twenty one new records and 12 new distributional records of species of the genus Anopheles Meigen, Coquillettidia… 
Review
2004
Review
2004
This survey provides information on sediment toxicity and structural characteristics of the macrobenthic and periphytic algal… 
2002
2002
New localities in the Bahamas and Mexico are reported for six species of stygobitic and stygophilic mysids from the genera… 
1993
1993
Under laboratory conditions, most colony and field-collected Aedes bahamensis Berlin females developed eggs autogenously when… 
1989
1989
The exotic mosquito, Aedes bahamensis, is now well-established in south Florida, where it is widely distributed throughout Dade… 
1989
1989
Kornicker, Louis S., and Thomas M. Diffe. New Ostracoda (Halocyprida: Thaumatocyprididae and Halocypridididae) from Anchialine… 
1951
1951
The genital products of Saccoglossus horsti are discharged within the burrows and expelled after the tide has ebbed. They are not…