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1561. Resistance Status of the Malaria Vector Mosquitoes, Anopheles stephensi and Anopheles subpictus Towards Adulticides and Larvicides in Arid and Semi-Arid Areas of India Full Text available with Trip Pro

Resistance Status of the Malaria Vector Mosquitoes, Anopheles stephensi and Anopheles subpictus Towards Adulticides and Larvicides in Arid and Semi-Arid Areas of India Susceptibility studies of malaria vectors Anopheles stephensi Liston (Diptera: Culicidae) and An. subpictus Grassi collected during 2004-2007 from various locations of Arid and Semi-Arid Zone of India were conducted by adulticide bioassay of DDT, malathion, deltamethrin and larvicide bioassay of fenthion, temephos, chlorpyriphos

2011 Journal of Insect Science

1562. Intrinsic and Synthetic Stable Isotope Marking of Tsetse Flies Full Text available with Trip Pro

to intrinsically mark the flies. To test this approach unlabeled samples of Glossina pallidipes (Austen) (Diptera: Glossinidae) from a mass rearing facility and wild populations were analyzed to determine whether there were any natural differences in signatures that could be used as markers. In addition experiments were conducted in which the blood diet was supplemented with isotopically enriched compounds and the persistence of the marker in the offspring determined. There were distinct natural isotopic

2011 Journal of Insect Science

1563. Fire Ant Decapitating Fly Cooperative Release Programs (1994–2008): Two Pseudacteon Species, P. tricuspis and P. curvatus, Rapidly Expand Across Imported Fire Ant Populations in the Southeastern United States Full Text available with Trip Pro

and associates have cooperated in introducing several species as classical or self-sustaining biological control agents in the United States. As a result, two species of flies, Pseudacteon tricuspis Borgmeier and P. curvatus Borgmeier (Diptera: Phoridae), are well established across large areas of the southeastern United States. Whereas many researchers have published local and state information about the establishment and spread of these flies, here distribution data from both published and unpublished

2011 Journal of Insect Science

1564. The Parasitoid, Verticia fasciventris Causes Morphological and Behavioral Changes in Infected Soldiers of the Fungus-Growing Termite, Macrotermes carbonarius Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Parasitoid, Verticia fasciventris Causes Morphological and Behavioral Changes in Infected Soldiers of the Fungus-Growing Termite, Macrotermes carbonarius The larval parasitoid Verticia fasciventris Malloch (Diptera: Calliphoridae) develops in the head of soldiers of the fungus-growing termite Macrotermes carbonarius (Hagen) (Isoptera: Termitidae). Morphological and behavioral changes in the host were evaluated and the termite castes and stages that were parasitized were identified

2011 Journal of Insect Science

1565. The Parasitoid, Verticia fasciventris Causes Morphological and Behavioral Changes in Infected Soldiers of the Fungus-Growing Termite, Macrotermes carbonarius Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Parasitoid, Verticia fasciventris Causes Morphological and Behavioral Changes in Infected Soldiers of the Fungus-Growing Termite, Macrotermes carbonarius The larval parasitoid Verticia fasciventris Malloch (Diptera: Calliphoridae) develops in the head of soldiers of the fungus-growing termite Macrotermes carbonarius (Hagen) (Isoptera: Termitidae). Morphological and behavioral changes in the host were evaluated and the termite castes and stages that were parasitized were identified

2011 Journal of Insect Science

1566. Flatworm Full Text available with Trip Pro

, Pierre; Thévenot, Jessica (2014). . PeerJ . 2 : e297. : . . . Tranchida, María C; MacIá, Arnaldo; Brusa, Francisco; Micieli, María V; García, Juan J (2009). "Predation potential of three flatworm species (Platyhelminthes: Turbellaria) on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae)". Biological Control . 49 (3): 270–276. : . Further reading [ ] Campbell, Neil A., Biology: Fourth Edition (Benjamin/Cummings Publishing, New York; 1996; page 599) Crawley, John L., and Kent M. Van De Graff. (editors); A Photographic

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1567. West Nile virus

, Roth AE, Reisen WK, Scott TW (November 2003). "Vertical transmission of West Nile Virus by three California Culex (Diptera: Culicidae) species". J. Med. Entomol . 40 (6): 743–6. : . . Bugbee, LM; Forte LR (September 2004). "The discovery of West Nile virus in overwintering Culex pipiens (Diptera: Culicidae) mosquitoes in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania". Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association . 20 (3): 326–7. . ^ . www.cdc.gov . 19 October 2017. from the original on 26 October 2017

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1568. Japanese encephalitis Full Text available with Trip Pro

; John Grieco; Penny Masuoka; Myung-Soon Kim; Sung-Tae Chong; Jong-Koo Lee & Won-Ja Lee (2011). "Japanese Encephalitis Virus in Culicine Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) Collected at Daeseongdong, a Village in the Demilitarized Zone of the Republic of Korea". . 48 (6): 1250–1256. : . Nimesh Gupta; S.R. Santhosh; J. Pradeep Babu; M.M. Parida; P.V. Lakshmana Rao (January 2010). "Chemokine profiling of Japanese encephalitis virus-infected mouse neuroblastoma cells by microarray and real-time RT-PCR

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1569. Insect repellent

, against mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) in Chiang Mai province, northern Thailand". Parasitology Research . 104 (3): 515–521. : . . Beck, Leslie. . Retrieved 2007-05-01 . . www.sciencedaily.com . Retrieved 2008-08-05 . ^ . www.quickandsimple.com . Retrieved 2009-01-02 . Rahman, G. K. M. M.; N. Motoyama (1998). . Nihon Oyo Doubutsu Konchu Gakkai Taikai Koen Youshi . 42 : 211 . Retrieved 22 November 2007 . Botha, B. M.; C. M. McCrindle (2000). . Retrieved 30 May 2009 . Jaenson, Thomas G. T.; et al (...) 22 November 2007 . . www.sciencedaily.com . Retrieved 2008-08-05 . Govindarajan M, Sivakumar R. " Adulticidal and repellent properties of indigenous plant extracts against Culex quinquefasciatus and Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae).Parasitol Res. 2011 Oct 20. ^ Ives A.R.; Paskewitz, S.M. (June 2005). "Testing vitamin B as a home remedy against mosquitoes". J. Am. Mosq. Control. Assoc . 21 (2): 213–217. : . . Khan AA, Maibach HI, Strauss WG, Fenley WR (2005). "Vitamin B 1 is not a systemic

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1570. Cutaneous leishmaniasis Full Text available with Trip Pro

2014). "Experimental effect of feeding on Ricinus communis and Bougainvillea glabra on the development of the sand fly Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) from Egypt". Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology . 44 (1): 1–12. : . . Müller GC, Revay EE, Schlein Y (March 2011). "Relative attraction of the sand fly Phlebotomus papatasi to local flowering plants in the Dead Sea region". Journal of Vector Ecology . 36 Suppl 1: S187–94. : . . Sims A (30 May 2016). . The Independent

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1571. Mosquito Full Text available with Trip Pro

and bedbugs, in whose living conditions freezing is no concern, and most of which were introduced inadvertently by humans. Some other aquatic Diptera, such as , do survive in Iceland, but their habits and adaptations differ from those of mosquitoes; Simuliidae for example, though they, like mosquitoes, are bloodsuckers, generally inhabit stones under running water that does not readily freeze and which is totally unsuited to mosquitoes; mosquitoes are generally not adapted to running water. Eggs (...) mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae), in Mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber". . 97 (5): 882–888. : . . . Smithsonian Science News . January 7, 2013 . Retrieved October 27, 2015 . Briggs DE (November 2013). . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America . 110 (46): 18353–4. : . . . Greenwalt DE, Goreva YS, Siljeström SM, Rose T, Harbach RE (November 2013). . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America . 110 (46): 18496–500. : . . . Reidenbach KR

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1572. Chikungunya outbreaks Full Text available with Trip Pro

. Chennai, India. 10 July 2006. . The Hindu . Chennai, India. 4 July 2006. . The Hindu . Chennai, India. 24 August 2006. (7 September 2007) Health Protection Report, Volume 1, Number 36, UK NHS, Retrieved 23 March 2015 . ProMED Mail . Retrieved 13 July 2015 . Thavara, Usavadee; et al. (September 2009). "OUTBREAK OF CHIKUNGUNYA FEVER IN THAILAND AND VIRUS DETECTION IN FIELD POPULATION OF VECTOR MOSQUITOES, AEDES AEGYPTl (L.) AND AEDE S ALBOPICTUS SKUSE (DIPTERA: CULICIDAE)". Southeast Asian J Trop Med

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1573. Dengue virus

. : . : . . Haddow AD, Guzman H, Popov VL, Wood TG, Widen SG, Haddow AD, Tesh RB, Weaver SC (June 2013). "First isolation of Aedes flavivirus in the Western Hemisphere and evidence of vertical transmission in the mosquito Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae)". Virology . 440 (2): 134–9. : . . Ghosh Roy S, Sadigh B, Datan E, Lockshin RA, Zakeri Z (May 2014). . World Journal of Biological Chemistry . 5 (2): 93–105. : (inactive 2019-03-13). . . Datan E, Roy SG, Germain G, Zali N, McLean JE, Golshan G

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1574. Patient-based dengue virus surveillance in Aedes aegypti from Recife, Brazil. (Abstract)

Patient-based dengue virus surveillance in Aedes aegypti from Recife, Brazil. Dengue is currently one of the most important arthropod-borne diseases and may be caused by four different dengue virus serotypes (DENV-1 to DENV-4), transmitted mainly by Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) mosquitoes. With the lack of a dengue vaccine, vector control strategies constitute a crucial mode to prevent or reduce disease transmission. In this context, DENV detection in natural Ae. aegypti populations may

2010 Journal of Vector Borne Disease

1575. Culicinae mosquitoes in Sanandaj county, Kurdistan province, western Iran. (Abstract)

Culicinae mosquitoes in Sanandaj county, Kurdistan province, western Iran. This study aims at studying mosquito-borne diseases as the major public health threat in Iran. Sanandaj outskirts are considered suitable habitats for mosquito larvae. In view of scanty reports on mosquito-borne disease implementation in this area, a study was undertaken to determine the mosquito fauna and frequency of mosquito larvae at Sanandaj City.In order to study the mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) fauna, the samples

2010 Journal of Vector Borne Disease

1576. Molecular evidence for the occurrence of a new sibling species within the Anopheles (Kerteszia) cruzii complex in south-east Brazil. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Molecular evidence for the occurrence of a new sibling species within the Anopheles (Kerteszia) cruzii complex in south-east Brazil. Anopheles cruzii (Diptera: Culicidae) has long been known as a vector of human and simian malaria parasites in southern and south-eastern Brazil. Previous studies have provided evidence that An. cruzii is a species complex, but the status of the different populations and the number of sibling species remains unclear. A recent analysis of the genetic

2010 Malaria journal

1577. Fabrication of an olfactometer for mosquito behavioural studies. (Abstract)

Fabrication of an olfactometer for mosquito behavioural studies. Olfaction is the major sensory modality involved in the resource searching behaviour of insects including vector mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae). To date, our current countrywide knowledge on the host-seeking behaviour of Iranian mosquitoes is mainly confined to host preference which has exclusively come from field studies. Olfactometer is a scientific tool by which more naive aspects of man-vector contact can be clarified under

2010 Journal of Vector Borne Disease

1578. Modular columns to study depth-dependence behavior of mosquito larvae and toxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis. (Abstract)

Modular columns to study depth-dependence behavior of mosquito larvae and toxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis. Modular transparent column system was designed to study depth-dependence behavior of mosquito larvae. The system was used in preliminary experiments to evaluate the effect of water depth on the larvicidal activity of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis de Barjac against bottom feeder larvae of Aedes aegypti (Linn.) (Diptera: Culicidae), and suggestions

2010 Acta Tropica

1579. Cutaneous Myiasis Caused by Chrysomya bezziana Larvae, Mexico. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Cutaneous Myiasis Caused by Chrysomya bezziana Larvae, Mexico. 21122252 2011 03 18 2018 11 13 1080-6059 16 12 2010 Dec Emerging infectious diseases Emerging Infect. Dis. Cutaneous myiasis caused by Chrysomya bezziana larvae, Mexico. 2014-5 10.3201/eid1612.100938 Romero-Cabello Raul R Calderón-Romero Leticia L Sánchez-Vega José T JT Tay Jorge J Romero-Feregrino Raul R eng Case Reports Letter United States Emerg Infect Dis 9508155 1080-6040 IM Animals Diptera classification pathogenicity Female

2010 Emerging Infectious Diseases

1580. Induced niche shift as an anti-predator response for an endoparasitoid Full Text available with Trip Pro

. Thus, endoparasitoid larvae should be selected for response to host predation. In this study, aphids previously parasitized by the endoparasitoid Endaphis fugitiva, Gagné and Muratori (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), were experimentally exposed to increased mortality risks. Both simulated attack and actual predator attacks against aphid hosts induced early emergence of the parasitoid larvae. Parasitoid emergence from the aphids occurred several minutes before the predator finished feeding on the aphid

2010 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

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