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Aids to the identification of anopheline larvae in Malaya

Bossley Alan Rex Gater

Aids to the identification of anopheline larvae in Malaya

by Bossley Alan Rex Gater

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Published by Printed at the Government Printing Office, by W. T. Cherry, Government printer in Singapore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mosquitoes -- Larvae.

  • Edition Notes

    Published by the Government of the Straits Settlements and the Malaria Advisory Board, Federated Malay States.

    Statementby B. A. R. Gater.
    ContributionsFederated Malay States. Malaria Advisory Board., Straits Settlements.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL536
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160p. :
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18444449M
    LC Control Number36000893

    DISTRIBUTION OF ANOPHELINE MOSQUITOES IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA R. D. COOPER,I S. P FRANCES,I D. G. E. WATERSON,' R. G. PIPER3 eNo A. W. SWEENEY' ABSTRACT, Using carbon-dioxide-baited light traps and larval sampling, anopheline mosquitoes were col-lected from sites in northern Australia. Tlvelve species were recorded. Anopheles larvae found around emergent vegetation, logs and tree stumps, larvae were drawn into the dipper by submerging one edge so that the water flows rapidly into the dipper. Complete submersion Certain Culicine larvae (such as species of Aedes and Psorophora) are very active and usually dive below the surface when Size: KB.

    incidence and status of anopheline mosquitoes in the country. The main focus of this study is to determine the vector-competence of the various species. It is a critical survey of all available data regarding the species of anopheline mosquitoes so far recorded in Myanmar and their relationships with malaria transmission. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine () Document heading doi: Environmental characteristics of anopheline mosquito larval habitats in a malaria endemic area in Iran Moussa Soleimani - Ahmadi 1,2*, Hassan Vatandoost 3, Ahmad - Ali Hanafi - Bojd 3, Mehdi Zare 4, Reza Safari 5, Abdolrasul Mojahedi 5, Fatemeh Poorahmad - Garbandi 5 1 Cited by:

    Define anophelines. anophelines synonyms, anophelines pronunciation, anophelines translation, English dictionary definition of anophelines. n. Any of various mosquitoes of the genus Anopheles, which can carry the malaria parasite and transmit the disease to humans. Anopheles [ah-nof´ĕ-lēz] a widely distributed genus of mosquitoes, comprising over species, many of which are important vectors of malaria. Anopheles (ă-nof'ĕ-lēz), A genus of mosquitoes (family Culicidae, subfamily Anophelinae). The sporogenous cycle of the malarial parasite is passed in the body cavity of female mosquitoes of certain species.


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Aids to the identification of anopheline larvae in Malaya by Bossley Alan Rex Gater Download PDF EPUB FB2

Identification of this species can be confirmed by the presence of branches in the inner shoulder hair (1-P) with small and pale roots.

Individuals with opposite morphological features can be regarded as An. elegans (Figure 4). Sri Lankan anopheline larvae can be differentiated easily by observing basic by: 7. Buy Short Key to the Identification of the Larvæ of the Common Anopheline Mosquitos of the Malay Peninsula (Classic Reprint) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: 2.

Short key to the identification of the larvae of the common anopheline mosquitos of the Malay Peninsula / By. Strickland, C. O'Connor, K. Type. Book Material.

Published material. Publication info. Kuala Lumpur:Central Survey Office, Notes: "For the use of medical officers and others." Subjects. Short Key To The Identification Of The Larvae Of The Common Anopheline Mosquitos Of The Malay Peninsula () [Strickland, C., O'Connor, K.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Short Key To The Identification Of The Larvae Of The Common Anopheline Mosquitos Of The Malay Peninsula ()Author: C. Strickland. S Nayana Gunathilaka et al./Asian Pac J Trop Biomed ; 4(Suppl 1): SS simple 1-A and closely spaced 2-C[2,6,8] have been reported in Sri 2 in the key has been worded to avoid initial misidentification of larvae.

Discussion The key to the Sri Lankan anopheline larvae has been revised according to the currently accepted classification of. The correct identification of disease vectors is the first step towards implementing an effective control programme. Traditionally, for malaria control, this was based on the morphological differences observed in the adults and larvae between different mosquito species.

However, the discovery of species complexes meant that genetic tools were needed to Cited by:   T1 - Spatial distribution and habitat characterization of anopheline mosquito larvae in western Kenya. AU - Minakawa, Noboru. AU - Mutero, Clifford M. AU - Githure, John I. AU - Beier, John C. AU - Yan, Guiyun.

PY - / Y1 - /12Cited by: Mosquito larvae were collected from various habitats, namely: rice paddy, sunny pond, open residential canal, shaded pond, and abandoned tire.

In the past two decades the east African highlands have experienced several major malaria epidemics. Currently there is a renewed interest in exploring the possibility of anopheline larval control through environmental management or larvicide as an additional means of reducing malaria transmission in Africa.

This study examined the landscape determinants of Cited by: Anopheles (/ ə ˈ n ɒ f ɪ l iː z /) is a genus of mosquito first described and named by J.

Meigen in About species are recognised; while over can transmit human malaria, only 30–40 commonly transmit parasites of the genus Plasmodium, which cause malaria in humans in endemic areas. Anopheles gambiae is one of the best known, because of its predominant role Class: Insecta. Define anopheline.

anopheline synonyms, anopheline pronunciation, anopheline translation, English dictionary definition of anopheline. Any of various mosquitoes of the genus Anopheles, which can carry the malaria parasite and transmit the disease to humans. Habitat permanency was selected as root of the tree. Anopheline larvae were present in both temporary and semi-permanent habitats.

In contrast, anopheline larvae were absent in permanent habitats when predators or competitors were present. This classification tree model had a good predictive performance, with a CCI of 86% and κ of Cited by: PDF | On Mar 1,J. Webster and others published Feeding Behavior of Anopheline Mosquito Larvae | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

This book presents keys to the adult females and the fourth stage larvae of the species of Anopheles throughout the world. The names of the authors make the work one of authority and the preface indicates that many other well-known American experts on the systematics of the mosquitoes and on malariology have co-operated in its production.

An introduction of three Cited by: This publication contains four keys to species, two keys to the sub-genera of Anopheles, descriptions of species, notes on their relation to malaria, their habitats and distribution.

The first key is to the adult female Anopheles of the Malayan region, including Siam, French Indo-China, Malaya, Sumatra, Java and Borneo; the second is to the fourth stage larvae of the species of Cited by: 1.

A fundamental understanding of the spatial distribution and ecology of mosquito larvae is essential for effective vector control intervention strategies. In this study, data-driven decision tree models, generalized linear models and ordination analysis were used to identify the most important biotic and abiotic factors that affect the occurrence and abundance of mosquito Cited by: Methods: The potential aquatic habitats for Anopheles larvae were extracted from Indian Remote Sensing Satellite (IRS) image and digital elevation model of the area using GIS.

Surface water bodies were sampled monthly during –10 for anopheline larvae, while characteristics of their physical environment were recorded and.

the biology and vector competence of the anopheline mosquitoes of myanmar with special consideration of anopheles dirus thin thin oo heidelberg, germany. WORLDWIDE Mosquito Genera. ADULT KEY Author: Potter, M. Identification key to the genera of adult mosquitoes for the world.

Adapted from Harbach and Sandlant with the addition of Onirion and Verrallina. LARVA KEY Author: Gaffigan, T.

Identification key to the genera of mosquito larvae for the world. Adapted from Harbach and Sandlant with the addition of Onirion. Dry season refugia for mosquito larvae. A total of mosquito larval habitats were identified in Yondarou, Pèdè, Kossarou and Thui between May and April of which % were recorded during the dry season (Table 1).In all the study sites, the diverse breeding sites recorded depended on the by: 6.

Simultaneously, microscopic examination to identify the new hatch mosquitoes using standard key book of identification. Keys for the identification of emerged anopheline mosquitoes of India have been published by several authors, of which the most important are those by Christophers () and Puri (, adults;larvae).Background: A fundamental understanding of the spatial distribution and ecology of mosquito larvae is essential for effective vector control intervention strategies.

In this study, data-driven decision tree models, generalized linear models and ordination analysis were used to identify the most important biotic and abiotic factors that affect the occurrence and abundance of mosquito .Barter, B.A.R.

Aids to the Identification of Anopheline Larvae in Malaya. Pub. Singapore. pp. plus 9 plates. Missing fep and half of the title page. Boards rubbed. Internally sound. Overall good plus. £ [ref: ].