Bionomics and embryology of the inland floodwater mosquito Aedes vexans



Publisher: University of Illinois Press in Urbana

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  • Aedes vexans -- Ecology,
  • Aedes vexans -- Embryology

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Statement[by] William R. Horsfall [and others]
ContributionsHorsfall, William Robert, 1908-
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LC ClassificationsQL536 .B56
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Pagination211 p.
Number of Pages211
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Open LibraryOL5312532M
ISBN 100252003403
LC Control Number72097158

storms moving through the area. Horsfall et al. (, Bionomics and Embryology of the Inland Floodwater Mosquito Aedes vexans, Univ. of Ill. Press, Urbana, p.) notes, that Aedes vexans (Meigen) (Diptera, Culicidae) were transported long distances by cold fronts, and there are numerous examples of Lepidoptera being transported by. Studies on the vector competence of a Mid-western strain of Aedes vexans (Meigen) (Diptera: makes Ae. vexans a possible bridge vector that carries WNV from the normal bird-mosquito-bird cycle to mammals. Aedes vexans is a known bridge vector of Eastern Equine Embryology of the Inland Floodwater Mosquito Aedes vexans. Urbana, Ill. Introduction. Aedes aegypti Linnaeus is the primary vector of dengue and dengue hemorrhagic fever throughout the illnesses are the most prevalent vector-borne viral diseases of humans worldwide with an estimated 50 million infections per year. Aedes aegypti, a peridomestic mosquito, deposits eggs on the sides of water-filled human-made containers Cited by: Horsfall WFH, Morettia L, Larsen J. Bionomics and Embryology of the Inland Floodwater Mosquito Aedes vexans. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press; [Google Scholar] Christophers SR. Aedes aegypti, The Yellow Fever Mosquito: Its Life History, Bionomics, and Structure. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press; [Google Scholar.

The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. The biology and bionomics of Aedes aegypti in the laboratory. View Metadata. Type: Article Bionomics and embryology of the inland floodwater mosquito Aedes vexans. View. Bionomics and Embryology of the Inland Floodwater Mosquito (Aedes Vexans) by William R. Horsfall, Louis J. Moretti, Harland W. Fowler, Joseph R. Larsen Hardcover, Pages, Published by University Of Illinois Press ISBN , ISBN:   Aedes Aegypti (L.), the Yellow Fever Mosquito. Its life history, bionomics, and structure. Sir S. Rickard Christophers. Cambridge University Press, New York, Bionomics and Embryology of the Inland Floodwater Mosquito, Aedes vexans. Mokgweetsinyana, S.S. Survival rates of the inland floodwater mosquito Aedes vexans (Meigen) in northern Colorado.

The Aedes vexans, the most common plague of Americans, both country and city, is different from Aedes excrucians of northern wooded areas, as well as from Aedes tormentor of the southern woods; Culex pipiens, the common house mosquito of the tropics; Coquillettidia perturbans, an inland swamp mosquito; Toxorhynchitis rutilus mosquitoes, which. Other West Nile virus vectors to consider in the British Isles. Because Aedes vexans, Culex europaeus, Cx. modestus and Oc. sticticus are so rare in the British Isles, they can be discounted from eco‐epidemiological consideration, despite their Cited by:

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Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Author: Don M. Rees, Lewis T. Nielson. Moretti LJ, Larsen JR. Embryology of Aedes vexans.

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University of Illinois Press; Champaign, IL: pp. – Munstermann L, Craig GB., Jr Genetics of Aedes aegypti: updating the linkage map. J Hered. Aedes vexans is the northeastern model species for a group that includes multivoltine mosquitoes in the genera Aedes, Ochlerotatus and Psorophora.

The members of this group rely on summer rains to flood eggs that are deposited in low lying ground depressions and are commonly referred to as floodwater mosquitoes (Horsfall et al. Aedes vexans is often one of the first mosquito species that new surveillance technicians learn to identify – abundant in the trap samples early in the season, very distinctly marked, and easy to recognize.

Against a background of black scales, this mosquito has narrow white bands on the base of each leg segment, and the base of most.

The Aedes aegypti egg at oviposition consists of a typical cytoplasm-yolk matrix. Neither a periplasm nor a vitelline membrane is present at this time. Fusion of male and female nuclei occurs by the end of 1 hr with the first and second mitotic Cited by:   Horsfall WR, Fowler HW, Moretti LJ, Larsen JR () Bionomics and embryology of the inland flood water mosquito Aedes vexans.

University of Illinois Press, Urbana, p Google Scholar Ikeshoji T, Mulla MS () Oviposition attractants for four species of mosquitoes in natural breeding by: 5.

In springthe mark-release-recapture study was conducted in the Osijek area, covering the total of km2, to describe dispersal pattern of three floodwater mosquito species (Aedes vexans, Ochlerotatus sticticus and Oc. caspius). Forty CO2 baited Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) traps were set at distances varying from to Cited by: Growth and survival rates for larvae and pupae of Aedes vexans (Meigen) were measured in the laboratory at constant temperatures of 10°, 15°, 20°, 25°, and 30 °C.

Growth rates in all stages increased with temperature except for 1st stage larvae Cited by: 5. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of William R Horsfall books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

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Mosquitoes. Methods of study Mosquito bionomics Although this study is intended to deal primarily with the entomological component in vector borne diseases programmes and the techniques to be utilized in studying the bionomics of the vectors, a general outline of the bionomics of mosquito vectors is necessary.

Vector binomics and related aspectsFile Size: 1MB. The floodwater mosquito Aedes vexans can be a massive nuisance in the flood plain areas of mainland Europe, and is the vector of Tahyna virus and a potential vector of Dirofilaria immitis.

vexans is a known vector of Dirofilaria immitis (dog heartworm), myxomatosis (a deadly rabbit viral disease), and Tahyna virus, a seldom-diagnosed Bunyaviridae virus, which affects humans in Europe, causing a fever which disappears after 2 days, but afterward can cause encephalitis or : Culicidae.

INTRODUCTION: Aedes vexans (Meigen) is one of the most widespread pest mosquitoes in the world. Its distribution includes Nearctic and Palearctic regions, the African west coast and Oriental regions south and east to Samoa (Horsfall, ).

In North America, it is common in southern Canada. The floodwater mosquito, Aedes vexans (Meigen), is an important pest species during spring and early summer throughout the holarctic region. Given suitable flooding regimes, large populations emerge and persistently bite humans in large numbers, impacting tourist or recreational activities resulting in substantial economic loss (N.

Becker, personal communication).Cited by:   Aedes vexans is moderately susceptible to infection with West Nile the suckling mouse used for the third feeding was infected by this mosquito. One of the 89 infected Ae.

vexans vertically transmitted West Nile virus for the infection rate of Bionomics and embryology of the inland floodwater mosquito Aedes vexans.

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Bacteria Stimulate Hatching of Yellow Fever Mosquito Bacteria Stimulate Hatching of Yellow Fever Mosquito and Embryology of the Inland Floodwater Mosquito Aedes vexans. Control personnel should also be aware that a single larvicide might not be suitable for every mosquito-producing habitat.

For example, Bti is only effective against certain species of mosquito, especially floodwater species such as Aedes vexans where the water is relatively clean with little or no organic pollutants. For polluted sites with.

The publication early this year of Sir Rickard Christophers' book on Aédes aegypti is an event which has been awaited with great interest. The expectations of a further significant contribution from one whose researches on mosquitoes, besides related and other aspects of medical science, have been of first importance over some 60 years have certainly been by:   Aedes vexans (Meigen) (Diptera: Culicidae), a multivoltine, flood water mosquito, is widely distributed throughout the world.

It is found in southern Canada and in every state of the United States. It is considered an important mosquito pest, most notably in suburban areas (Horsfall et al.

).Although primarily mammalophilic, it will feed on birds (Wright and Cited by:   Legions of inland floodwater mosquitoes like this egg-filled Aedes vexans will soon make their presence known as they seek human victims on warm summer nights.

Late spring and early summer of witnessed record rainfall in several parts of our region, flooding ill-fated Ellicott City and swamping low-lying lands around the mighty Potomac and. Newly-hatched floodwater mosquito larvae, Aedes vexans (% of emerged adults) and Ochlerotatus sticticus (% of emerged adults), were taken from the field and randomly assigned to one of three water level schedules.

Survival to adult emergence was significantly affected by the water level schedule. Mosquito egg distribution was determined by repeatedly flooding the soil samples with aerated water at a temperature of 25° C.

Under laboratory conditions, hatching in installments of Aedes caspius (Pallas) and Aedes vexans (Meigen) were commonly by: 5. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of William Horsfall books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

Bionomics and Embryology of the Inland Floodwater Mosquito (Aedes Vexans) William R. Horsfall. 01 Mar Hardback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Mosquitoes.Aedes (Ochlerotatus) sollicitans - Saltmarsh mosquito (Invertebrate Species) and Aedes vexans - Inland floodwater mosquito (Invertebrate Species) can fly 10 to 20 miles or more.

(D70) Aedes (Ochlerotatus) sollicitans - Saltmarsh mosquito (Invertebrate Species) and some other salt-marsh mosquitoes may be found many miles from the larval habitat.