Foram identificadas 48 especies de 636 especimes de Culicidae
of the Australasian region: Nomenclature, synonymy, literature, distribution, biology and relation to disease.
There are 30 genera in the Culicidae
subfamily, but the medically important mosquitoes are Culex, Aedes, Mansonia, and Annigeres (Culex would be important in Europe for West Nile Disease and Avian malaria), while (Aedes would be more important in Tropical countries).
Cases of phoresy in the ischnoceran chewing lice (formerly Mallophaga partim), especially on flies of the families Hippoboscidae and Culicidae
, have been well documented and appear to be relatively common occurrences (e.
Professor Butt said: "Mosquitoes are small, midge-like flies in the family Culicidae
Greenwalt speculated that the blood might have been from a bird, as the prehistoric mosquito looks similar to a modern one from the genus Culicidae
, which likes to feed on birds as well.
This was due to the appearance in August of prey in the families Anisopodidae, Culicidae
, Mycetophilidae, and Psychodidae, as well as the absence of Empididae and Ceratopogonidae.
Prey taxon Immature Female Male Unidentified prey items 1 2 Diptera, Nematocera 2 1 Diptera, Culicidae
1 Diptera, Eristalis sp.
The vector intermediate host is one of a variety of mosquitoes, including, but not limited to, Aedes, Culex, Anopheles, and Culicidae
In this study, we are interested in the direct and indirect effects of this product on the most abundant species of Culicidae
in Algeria: Culex pipiens.