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A total of 41 552 anophelines comprising 16 species were collected during 70 all-night bovine-bait collection carried out in January-December 1989 in 6 villages of Kheda district, Gujarat, India. Anopheles subpictus, A. varuna, A. culicifacies, A. stephensi and A. vagus had unimodal biting rhythms. ...

Author(s)
Bhatt, R. M.; Kohli, V. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1996, 33, 4, pp 180-190
Abstract

A survey of the mosquitoes in the area of Goa, India, irrigated by the Anjunem dam, was carried out in May 1990, which identified 21 species in and around human dwellings and cattle sheds. The genus Anopheles was represented by 11 species and Culex by 10 species. Well-represented species included ...

Author(s)
Kaliwal, M. B.; Nadkarni, S. B.
Citation
Indian Journal of Parasitology, 1992, 16, 1, pp 35-38
Abstract

A total of 22 300 blood meals of 21 species of Anopheles from 121 villages in 3 districts of Orissa State, collected from July 1981 to December 1983, were identified (primate, bovid and negative) by a gel diffusion technique which was found to be simple, fast and inexpensive. Results were...

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Collins, R. T.; Sharma, G. K.; Dhal, K. B.
Citation
Journal of Communicable Diseases, 1989, 21, 1, pp 1-23
Abstract

In Orissa, the double gel diffusion technique was used to analyse 97 405 bloodmeals of all fed anophelines that were caught during standardized monthly surveys in 12 malarious study villages, from 1982 to 1988. A. culicifacies contributed the highest number of smears from the 19 Anopheles species...

Author(s)
Collins, R. T.; Narasimham, M. V. V. L.; Dhal, K. B.; Mukherjee, B. P.
Citation
Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 1991, 7, 4, pp 595-603
Abstract

The bionomics of A. pallidus was studied in 24 villages located between 48.5 and 1275.5 m altitude in Madhya Pradesh, India. In forested areas the adults tended to rest outdoors, but they preferred to rest inside dwellings in open areas. This species was commonest during the rainy season, and was...

Author(s)
Husainy, Z. H.
Citation
Entomon, 1986, 11, 4, pp 319-327
Abstract

The anopheline fauna was surveyed in 37 villages of Koraput district of Orissa, a highly malarious area. Mosquitoes were captured by a variety of methods (e.g. aspirators, light traps, pyrethrins spray catches) and at a number of different sites (in human dwellings, cattle sheds, vegetation, tree...

Author(s)
Gunasekaran, K.; Sahu, S. S.; Parida, S. K.; Sadanandane, C.; Jambulingam, P.; Das, P. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Medical Research, 1989, 89, September, pp 340-343
Abstract

A study on adult anopheline ecology and malaria vector incrimination was carried out from 1986 to 1989 during irrigation development in an area of the Mahaweli Project in eastern Sri Lanka. Eleven potential vector species were collected resting indoors or by using human or bovid bait, and from...

Author(s)
Amerasinghe, F. P.; Amerasinghe, P. H.; Peiris, J. S. M.; Wirtz, R. A.
Citation
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1991, 45, 2, pp 226-235
Abstract

Density patterns are given of 17 Anopheles sp. collected from January 1980 to May 1981 from indoor and outdoor resting places in a highly malarious area of Bastar district, Madhya Pradesh, India. A. culicifacies and A. fluviatilis are the important vector species in the region. The former was...

Author(s)
Kulkarni, S. M.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1990, 27, 3, pp 187-194
Abstract

The blood-feeding activity of anopheline mosquitoes outdoors on human and on bovid hosts was studied in an area endemic for malaria in Madhya Pradesh, India, for the full calendar year February 1980 to January 1981. In all-night catches at 4 localities once per month, a pair of men caught from each ...

Author(s)
Kulkarni, S. M.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1987, 24, 2, pp 163-171

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