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S. labiatopapillosa infections in cattle in the Uzbek SSR showed seasonal peaks in winter and spring. The infection rate of the vector, Aedes caspius, was 0.18-0.30%. Factors influencing infection rates in cattle are discussed.

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.; Siddikov, B. Kh.
Publisher
FAN, Tashkent, USSR
Citation
Gel'minty kak komponenty nazemnykh biotsenozov Uzbekistana., 1987, pp 133-138
Abstract

Various blood-sucking arthropods, including 9 species of mosquitoes, 3 species of flies and 2 of ticks, caught in the vicinity of or on cattle and buffaloes in India, were screened as possible vectors of S. cervi. The mosquitoes included laboratory strains of Aedes scatophagoides and A. aegypti ...

Author(s)
Khan, F. A.; Ansari, J. A.
Citation
Helminthologia, 1990, 27, 3, pp 195-201
Abstract

Human- and animal-bait catches, house- and outdoor-resting collections and larva searches in 1981-82 in 12 townships and villages in the new capital area of Sri Lanka, formerly marshland, revealed mosquitoes of 45 species in 11 genera, including 20 species caught on human bait and 12 of potential...

Author(s)
Jayasekera, N.; Chelliah, R. V.; Jansen, C. G.; Pathmanathan, S.
Citation
Mosquito-Borne Diseases Bulletin, 1986, 2, 4, pp 87-93
Abstract

This paper records 10 years of observations (1971-80) on the bionomics of Anopheles sinensis in Henan Province, a large area of China (167 000 km2) north-west of Shanghai, where the climate varies from subtropical to temperate. An. sinensis, the malaria and filariasis vector, is widely distributed...

Author(s)
Su, S. Z.; Zhang, Y. H.; Qu, M. Q.; Shi, D. Y.; You, X. C.; Song, J. D.
Citation
Chinese Medical Journal, 1983, 96, 9, pp 701-708
Abstract

In May-November 1985, 9 species of mosquitoes (7599 specimens) were trapped in Shincheon, Kyungpook Province, Korea. Anopheles sinensis was by far the dominant species with 6437 individuals (84.7% of total) followed by Culex tritaeniorhynchus (4.4%), Aedes vexans nipponii (4.1%), Anopheles...

Author(s)
Lee, H. I.; Choi, D. W.; Baik, D. H.; Joo, C. Y.
Citation
Korean Journal of Parasitology, 1986, 24, 1, pp 15-24
Abstract

Extended surveys of culicine mosquitoes in coconut husk pits (where the husks are retted) in 3 coastal districts in southern Sri Lanka where Japanese encephalitis is endemic showed that more than 50% of the mosquito larvae were Culex gelidus Theo. (up to 75% in 1 area), and that C. quinquefasciatus ...

Author(s)
Samarawickrema, W. A.; Jayasekera, N.; Jansen, C. G.; Chelliah, R. V.; Karandawala, F. R.; Pathmanathan, S.
Citation
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1982, 13, 4, pp 590-595

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