isolation of tettnang virus from ticks, mosquitoes and small strains of tettnang virus were isolated in czechoslovakia: 3 from ixodes ricinus tick nymphs, males and females, one from dermacentor reticulatus tick females, one from aedes cantans mosquitoes and two strains from the brains of clethrionomys glareolus and apodemus flavicollis small rodents.197935963
[multiyear ecologic faunistic research on culicidae in dnepropetrovsk province. 1].hydrologic characteristic of dnepropetrovsk, which is situated in drought steppe zone, is presented. comparative study of bloodsucking mosquito fauna in 4 regions of the town with different urbanization degree was carried out. the fauna in a town differs considerably from natural biotopes. penetration of forest-steppe and forest mosquitoes into town is explained by the features of the microclimate and hydrologic status of the town. active season of some species lasts longer in town conditions. h ...19892576461
seasonal activity of mosquitoes in an ockelbo disease endemic area in central the sässman area, province of hälsingland, sweden, mosquitoes were sampled in 1983 from aquatic habitats, overwintering sites, cattle sheds, human bait, with uv-light traps, rabbit-, guinea-pig-, hen-, dove- and unbaited suction traps and similarly baited net traps. anopheles beklemishevi, an. messeae, aedes cantans, ae. cataphylla, ae. cinereus, ae. communis, ae. diantaeus, ae. excrucians, ae. hexodontus, ae. intrudens, ae. leucomelas, ae. pionips, ae. punctor, ae. vexans, culex pipiens, cx. ...19862906960
research on parasitic arthropods of the lake zarnowieckie environs carried out in 1981-1985. part ii. mosquitoes (diptera, culicidae).in the years 1981-1985 a total of 19,651 specimens mosquitoes were collected in the area of investigation--lake zarnowieckie environs. in that amount 15,072 specimens were identified. there were found 26 species belonging to 4 genera: anopheles, aedes, culex and culiseta. some of the species found, such as aedes cantans, aedes punctor or culex pipiens are troublesome pests and particularly aggressive to man, possible vectors of many diseases. in the cowsheds there were found 12 species, the most ...19882908381
techniques used in studying the population dynamics of aëdes cantans (meigen) diptera: culicidae. 19724660786
[mosquito fauna of (diptera, culicidae) of schwerin district, east germany, and their importance as pests].31 species of mosquitoes have been found in an investigation of the mosquito fauna in the district of schwerin, german democratic republic. 5 of these species have been found responsible for producing pests: aedes cantans, a. annulipes, a. cataphylla, a. punctor and culex pipiens. at the same time an ecological investigation of the breeding places of the mosquitoes was carried out (measurement of acidity and chlorid ions). a large chemical uniformity of the breeding places was found. the relativ ...19836137173
use of granulated fertilizers with actellic ec 50 insecticide in the control of mosquito larvae.granulated fertilizers [ammonium nitrate, synthetic fertilizer] were used as carriers to prepare an insecticide granulate suitable for the control of aedes cantans and aedes vexans mosquito larvae under field conditions. the insecticide granulate was obtained by mixing 1 volume unit of actellic ec 50 with 50 volume units of fertilizer. the optimal dose required to ensure and effective control of aedes mosquito larvae was 2--5 g of granulate per 1 m3 of water [i.e. 2--5 kg/ha per each 1- cm depth ...19816262402
the use of permethrin (nrdc 143) in pre-seasonal treatment of mosquito breeding sites.under laboratory conditions the ovicidal effect of synthetic pyrethroid permethrin on eggs of the culex pipiens molestus forskal mosquito was not demonstrated. under field conditions the permethrin doses 0.02--0.75 g/m2 sprayed on the bottom of dried up breeding sites in the inundated forest in the autumn prevented or substantially reduced the occurrence of aedes cantans (meigen) larvae in the spring months. organophosphates fenitrothion and pirimiphos-methyl used in doses 0.04 and 0.16 or 0.15 ...19807419128
protocol for the introduction of new bacillus thuringiensis israelensis products into the routine mosquito control program in germany.the efficacy of new and frequently used formulations of bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (b.t.i.) has been evaluated in the laboratory and in the field conditions under which they will be used in germany. the principles governing the successful introduction of new formulations of microbial control agents into routine programs have been highlighted. the potency of the formulations in use (teknar, bactimos, and vectobac) and their efficacy against the indigenous mosquito species aedes vexans, ae ...19947707059
size variation and reproductive success in the mosquito aedes cantans.a link between density-dependent larval competition and adult size of the mosquito aedes cantans was demonstrated in northern england. ponds containing high larval densities produced smaller larvae which, in turn, resulted in smaller adults at emergence. in both 1989 and 1990, parous mosquitoes caught at human bait were larger than nulliparous ones, suggesting that larger mosquitoes are more successful at host location and egg-laying and also that they may be longer lived. larger mosquitoes prod ...19948025328
host finding, feeding patterns and evidence for a memorized home range of the mosquito aedes cantans.elisa tests of aedes cantans bloodmeals in woodland near liverpool during 1989 and 1990, revealed preferences for sheep and cows, these hosts representing more than 60% of the total. dispersal studies carried out on newly-emerged adults and those caught at human bait, indicated that individuals move freely between the two woods studied, mixing as a single population. mean recapture rates for mosquitoes marked with paint were 2.28% in 1989 and 6.3% in 1990. recapture rates for mosquitoes marked w ...19948025329
isolation of the spirochaete borrelia afzelii from the mosquito aedes vexans in the czech republic.during the years 1993-1995, a total of 3580 culicine mosquitoes of six species were collected in south moravia, czech republic, and examined by dark-field microscopy for the presence of borreliae. females of aedes cantans, ae. sticticus, ae. vexans, culex pipiens and cx pipiens biotype molestus (but not ae. geniculatus or culiseta annulata) harboured spirochaetes, the frequencies ranging from 0.7% to 7.8%. one isolate (br-53) from ae. vexans was identified as borrelia afzelii genospecies. the po ...19989513946
the mosquitoes (diptera: culicidae) in the area of the middle course of the river someşul mare (romania): faunistical and ecological data.the larval and adult mosquito populations in the locality salva and its surroundings on the middle course of the river someşul mare were investigated from march to october 1994. 17 mosquito species (11 as larvae and 13 as adults) were recorded: aedes cataphylla, aedes cantans aedes leucomelas, aedes dorsalis, aedes caspius, aedes vexans, aedes flavescens, aedes cinereus, aedes annulipes, aedes geniculatus, culex modestus, culex pipiens, culex territans, culiseta alaskaensis, anopheles maculipenn ...19989745338
larvicidal properties of decomposed leaf litter in the subalpine mosquito breeding sites.the larvicidal properties of the dietary leaf litter originating from the vegetation surrounding the subalpine mosquito breeding sites were investigated by using 10-month decomposed alder leaf litter against different field collections of culicine taxa of various ecological origin (aedes cantans, aedes caspius, aedes cataphylla, aedes detritus, aedes punctor, aedes pullatus, aedes rusticus, anopheles claviger, culex hortensis, culex pipiens, culiseta morsitans). larvae originating from sites wit ...200211804062
species composition and seasonal dynamics of mosquito larvae in the wrocław, poland area.a total of 13,214 larvae specimens representing eight species (culex pipiens, culiseta annulata, ochlerotatus cantans, ochlerotatus communis, ochlerotatus excrucians, ochlerotatus sticticus, aedes vexans, and anopheles maculipennis) from twelve sampling places in the wrocław area in poland were collected between may and october, 1998-2000. the development rate of each mosquito species depended on hydrological types and various plant communities in water bodies. the water quality (temperature, ph ...200314714675
entomopathogenic fungi for mosquito control: a review.fungal diseases in insects are common and widespread and can decimate their populations in spectacular epizootics. virtually all insect orders are susceptible to fungal diseases, including dipterans. fungal pathogens such as lagenidium, coelomomyces and culicinomyces are known to affect mosquito populations, and have been studied extensively. there are, however, many other fungi that infect and kill mosquitoes at the larval and/or adult stage. the discovery, in 1977, of the selective mosquito-pa ...200415861235
[effectiveness of aerial application of vectobac g larvicide granules against mosquitoes in the olomouc region in spring 2006].in the spring 2006, a flood emergency occurred in the olomouc region after a rapid snow thaw, with the formation of multiple periodic pools and overflows persisting for long periods. in the floodplain forests, as expected, mass occurrence of adult mosquitoes was observed, infesting the nearby villages. the mosquito emergency continued until august and mosquitoes of both the spring species, in particular, ochlerotatus cantans, and summer species were implicated in it. to control this emergency, a ...200717593805
field efficacy of granular formulations of bacillus thuringiensis israelensis--strain am65-52 against floodwater mosquitoes in poland and germany.this paper presents results of studies evaluating the efficacy of various granular formulations of vectobac (bacillus thuringiensis israelensis de barjac [bti] h-14 strain am65-52) against immature mosquitoes in 2 distinct habitats in poland and germany. meadows intermittently flooded with sewage water in the city of wroclaw, poland, provide ideal habitats for immature stages of aedes caspius, ae. vexans, and culex pipiens pipiens. helicopter applications of vectobac g and vectobac tp sand granu ...201021033056
[identification of mosquito-parasitic microsporidia, amblyospora rugosa and trichoctosporea pygopellita (microsporidia: amblysporidae), from acanthocyclops venustus and acanthocyclops reductus (copepoda: cyclopidae), based on small subunit rdna analysis].identical small subunit rdna sequences were obtained for microsporidia amblyospora rugosa from blood-sucking mosquitoes larvae ochlerotatus cantans, o. cataphylla and copepods acanthocyclops venustus, as well as for trichoctosporea pygopellita from mosquitoes larvae ochlerotatus cyprius, o. excrucians and copepods acanthocyclops reductus. the data on molecular phylogeny and ecological researches show that in siberia mosquito-parasitic microsporidia of the genera amblyospora and trichoctosporea h ...201121874847
a gynandromorph of the mosquito aedes cantans in britain. 20133689027
study of the natural predators of aedes cantans (meigen) using the precipitin test. 20154760628
host-feeding patterns of mosquito species in germany.mosquito-borne pathogens are of growing importance in many countries of europe including germany. at the same time, the transmission cycles of most mosquito-borne pathogens (e.g. viruses or filarial parasites) are not completely understood. there is especially a lack of knowledge about the vector capacity of the different mosquito species, which is strongly influenced by their host-feeding patterns. while this kind of information is important to identify the relevant vector species, e.g. to dire ...201627259984
francisella tularensis subspecies holarctica occurs in swedish mosquitoes, persists through the developmental stages of laboratory-infected mosquitoes and is transmissible during blood sweden, mosquitoes are considered the major vectors of the bacterium francisella tularensis subsp. holarctica, which causes tularaemia. the aim of this study was to investigate whether mosquitoes acquire the bacterium as aquatic larvae and transmit the disease as adults. mosquitoes sampled in a swedish area where tularaemia is endemic (örebro) were positive for the presence of f. tularensis deoxyribonucleic acid throughout the summer. presence of the clinically relevant f. tularensis subsp. h ...201324057273
current status of invasive mosquito surveillance in the uk.non-native invasive mosquitoes have for many years made incursions into europe, and are now established in many european countries. the continued european importation of potential vectors and their expansion within europe increases their potential for importation and establishment in the uk. coupled with increasing numbers of returning dengue and chikungunya infected travellers, the potential exists for transmission of vector borne disease in new regions.201526122427
direct pcr of indigenous and invasive mosquito species: a time- and cost-effective technique of mosquito barcoding.millions of people die each year as a result of pathogens transmitted by mosquitoes. however, the morphological identification of mosquito species can be difficult even for experts. the identification of morphologically indistinguishable species, such as members of the anopheles maculipennis complex (diptera: culicidae), and possible hybrids, such as culex pipiens pipiens/culex pipiens molestus (diptera: culicidae), presents a major problem. in addition, the detection and discrimination of newly ...201526663040
impacts of the creation, expansion and management of english wetlands on mosquito presence and abundance - developing strategies for future disease mitigation.the incidence of mosquito-borne diseases is increasing in europe, partly due to the incursion of a number of invasive species known to be vectors of dengue and chikungunya viruses, but also due to the involvement of native species in the transmission of west nile virus and malaria. for some of these pathogens, there is a risk of the re-emergence of vector-borne diseases that were once widespread in europe, but declined partly due to large-scale land-drainage projects. some mosquito species explo ...201525889666
mosquitoes (diptera: culicidae) and their relevance as disease vectors in the city of vienna, austria.mosquitoes (diptera: culicidae) are important vectors for a wide range of pathogenic organisms. as large parts of the human population in developed countries live in cities, the occurrence of vector-borne diseases in urban areas is of particular interest for epidemiologists and public health authorities. in this study, we investigated the mosquito occurrence in the city of vienna, austria, in order to estimate the risk of transmission of mosquito-borne diseases. mosquitoes were captured using di ...201425468380
european surveillance for west nile virus in mosquito populations.a wide range of arthropod-borne viruses threaten both human and animal health either through their presence in europe or through risk of introduction. prominent among these is west nile virus (wnv), primarily an avian virus, which has caused multiple outbreaks associated with human and equine mortality. endemic outbreaks of west nile fever have been reported in italy, greece, france, romania, hungary, russia and spain, with further spread expected. most outbreaks in western europe have been due ...201324157510
west nile virus state of the art report of malwest project.during the last three years greece is experiencing the emergence of west nile virus (wnv) epidemics. within this framework, an integrated surveillance and control programme (malwest project) with thirteen associate partners was launched aiming to investigate the disease and suggest appropriate interventions. one out of seven work packages of the project is dedicated to the state of the art report for wnv. three expert working groups on humans, animals and mosquitoes were established. medical dat ...201324317379
monitoring of west nile virus in mosquitoes between 2011-2012 in hungary.west nile virus (wnv) is a widely distributed mosquito-borne flavivirus. wnv strains are classified into several genetic lineages on the basis of phylogenetic differences. whereas lineage 1 viruses are distributed worldwide, lineage 2 wnv was first detected outside of africa in hungary in 2004. since then, wnv-associated disease and mortality in animal and human hosts have been documented periodically in hungary. after the first detection of wnv from a pool of culex pipiens mosquitoes in 2010, s ...025229703
evidence of an 'invitation' effect in feeding sylvatic stegomyia albopicta from cambodia.orientation of haematophagous insects towards a potential host is largely mediated by kairomones that, in some groups or species may include chemicals produced during feeding by the insects themselves, the so called 'invitation' effect.201425015104
a global assembly of adult female mosquito mark-release-recapture data to inform the control of mosquito-borne pathogens.pathogen transmission by mosquitos is known to be highly sensitive to mosquito bionomic parameters. mosquito mark-release-recapture (mmrr) experiments are a standard method for estimating such parameters including dispersal, population size and density, survival, blood feeding frequency and blood meal host preferences.201424946878
do mosquitoes transmit the avian malaria-like parasite haemoproteus? an experimental test of vector competence using mosquito saliva.the life-cycle of many vector-borne pathogens includes an asexual replication phase in the vertebrate host and sexual reproduction in the insect vector. however, as only a small array of parasites can successfully develop infective phases inside an insect, few insect species are competent vectors for these pathogens. molecular approaches have identified the potential insect vectors of blood parasites under natural conditions. however, the effectiveness of this methodology for verifying mosquito ...201627894354
first report outside eastern europe of west nile virus lineage 2 related to the volgograd 2007 strain, northeastern italy, 2014.west nile virus (wnv) is a flavivirus transmitted to vertebrate hosts by mosquitoes, maintained in nature through an enzootic bird-mosquito cycle. in europe the virus became of major public health and veterinary concern in the 1990s. in italy, wnv re-emerged in 2008, ten years after the previous outbreak and is currently endemic in many areas of the country. in particular, the northeastern part of italy experience continuous viral circulation, with human outbreaks caused by different genovariant ...201526265490
a review of the vector management methods to prevent and control outbreaks of west nile virus infection and the challenge for europe.west nile virus infection is a growing concern in europe. vector management is often the primary option to prevent and control outbreaks of the disease. its implementation is, however, complex and needs to be supported by integrated multidisciplinary surveillance systems and to be organized within the framework of predefined response plans. the impact of the vector control measures depends on multiple factors and the identification of the best combination of vector control methods is therefore n ...201425015004
field evaluation of four widely used mosquito traps in central monitor adult mosquitoes several trapping devices are available. these are differently constructed and use various mechanisms for mosquito attraction, thus resulting in different trapping sensitivities and efficacies for the various species. mosquito monitoring and surveillance programs in europe use various types of mosquito traps, but only a few comparisons have been conducted so far. this study compared the performance of four commercial trapping devices, which are commonly used in europe.201424924481
pcr detection of malaria parasites and related haemosporidians: the sensitive methodology in determining bird-biting insects.knowledge about feeding preference of blood-sucking insects is important for the better understanding epidemiology of vector-borne parasitic diseases. extraction of dna from blood present in abdomens of engorged insects provides opportunities to identify species of their vertebrate hosts. however, this approach often is insufficiently sensitive due to rapid degeneration of host dna in midguts. recent studies indicate that avian malaria parasites (plasmodium spp.) and related haemosporidians (hae ...201627207268
molecular detection of dirofilaria immitis, dirofilaria repens and setaria tundra in mosquitoes from a result of globalization and climate change, dirofilaria immitis and dirofilaria repens, the causative agents of dirofilariosis in europe, continue to spread from endemic areas in the mediterranean to northern and northeastern regions of europe where autochthonous cases of dirofilarial infections have increasingly been observed in dogs and humans. whilst d. repens was recently reported from mosquitoes in putatively non-endemic areas, d. immitis has never been demonstrated in mosquitoes from ...201424433279
population dynamics.this chapter reviews aspects of population dynamics that may be conceptually important for biological control of mosquitoes. density dependent population regulation among immature stages has important implications for biological control of mosquito populations, primarily because it can lead to compensatory or overcompensatory mortality due to additions of a biological control agent. this can result in control efforts leading to no change in the target population, or actual increases in the targe ...017853611
circulation of dirofilaria repens and dirofilaria immitis in moldova.over the last two decades, a significant spread of dirofilariasis has been observed in eastern and central europe. however, data on the circulation of dirofilaria spp. in moldova were absent although direct neighbor states reported high incidence rates of human dirofilariasis.201627912786
molecular species identification, host preference and detection of myxoma virus in the anopheles maculipennis complex (diptera: culicidae) in southern england, uk.determining the host feeding patterns of mosquitoes by identifying the origin of their blood-meals is an important part of understanding the role of vector species in current and future disease transmission cycles. collecting large numbers of blood-fed mosquitoes from the field is difficult, therefore it is important to maximise the information obtained from each specimen. this study aimed to use mosquito genome sequence to identify the species within anopheles maculipennis sensu lato (an. macul ...201526271277
lack of evidence for the presence of schmallenberg virus in mosquitoes in germany, 2011, a novel orthobunyavirus of the simbu serogroup was discovered near the german-dutch border and named schmallenberg virus (sbv). so far, sbv genome has been detected in various field-collected culicoides species; however, other members of the simbu serogroup are also transmitted by mosquitoes.201425174354
molecular detection of setaria tundra (nematoda: filarioidea) and an unidentified filarial species in mosquitoes in germany.knowledge of the potential vector role of culicidae mosquitoes in germany is very scanty, and until recently it was generally assumed that they are not involved in the transmission of anthroponotic or zoonotic pathogens in this country. however, anticipated changes in the course of global warming and globalization may alter their status.201222236560
monitoring resistance to bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis in the field by performing bioassays with each cry toxin separately.bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis (bti) is increasingly used worldwide for mosquito control and is the only larvicide used in the french rhône-alpes region since decades. the artificial selection of mosquitoes with field-persistent bti collected in breeding sites from this region led to a moderate level of resistance to bti, but to relatively high levels of resistance to individual bti cry toxins. based on this observation, we developed a bioassay procedure using each bti cry toxin separ ...024037105
dirofilaria repens microfilariae in aedes vexans mosquitoes in this study, we screened field-caught mosquitoes for presence of dirofilaria spp. by using a polymerase chain reaction (pcr) assay. potential occurrence of dirofilaria repens and dirofilaria immitis microfilariae was examined in 3,600 mosquitoes of eight species (aedes vexans, aedes cinereus, aedes rossicus, culex pipiens, culiseta annulata, ochlerotatus sticticus, ochlerotatus cantans and ochlerotatus caspius) collected from five locations in two districts (kosice and trebisov) of eastern slo ...201323846240
prevalence-dependent costs of parasite virulence.costs of parasitism are commonly measured by comparing the performance of infected groups of individuals to that of uninfected control groups. this measure potentially underestimates the cost of parasitism because it ignores indirect costs, which may result from the modification of the competitiveness of the hosts by the parasite. in this context, we used the host-parasite system consisting of the yellow fever mosquito aedes aegypti and the microsporidian parasite vavraia culicis to address this ...200516008503
potential mosquito (diptera:culicidae) vector of dirofilaria repens and dirofilaria immitis in urban areas of eastern slovakia.this paper follows the study from 2013 focused on the molecular screening of mosquitoes as vectors of dirofilaria spp. which provided the information on aedes vexans as a potential vector of dirofilaria repens in slovakia. current entomological and molecular research indicates that ae. vexans can participate also in the transmission of dirofilaria immitis within the region. using the standard pcr method, we examined 10,500 mosquitoes (ae. vexans, ae. rossicus, anopheles maculipennis s.l., ochler ...201526391170
haemoproteus infections (haemosporida, haemoproteidae) kill bird-biting mosquitoes.haemoproteus parasites (haemosporida, haemoproteidae) are widespread; some species cause severe diseases in avian hosts. heavy haemoproteus infections are often lethal for biting midges (ceratopogonidae), which transmit avian haemoproteids, but there is no information regarding detrimental effect on other blood-sucking insects. we examined effects of haemoproteus tartakovskyi (lineage hsiskin1), haemoproteus lanii (lineages hrb1and hrbs2) and haemoproteus balmorali (lineage hcoll3) on the surviv ...201424337545
abortive long-lasting sporogony of two haemoproteus species (haemosporida, haemoproteidae) in the mosquito ochlerotatus cantans, with perspectives on haemosporidian vector research.haemoproteus spp. are cosmopolitan vector-born haemosporidian parasites, some species of which cause diseases in non-adapted birds. recent polymerase chain reaction (pcr)-based studies have detected mitochondrial cytochrome b gene lineages of these haemoproteus parasites in blood-sucking mosquitoes and speculated about possible involvement of these insects in transmission of avian haemoproteids. however, development of haemoproteus lineages has not been documented in mosquitoes. we infected 304 ...201323504040
complete sporogony of plasmodium relictum (lineage pgrw4) in mosquitoes culex pipiens pipiens, with implications on avian malaria epidemiology.plasmodium relictum (lineage pgrw4) causes malaria in birds and is actively transmitted in countries with warm climates and also temperate regions of the new world. in europe, the lineage pgrw4 has been frequently reported in many species of afrotropical migrants after their arrival from wintering grounds, but is rare in european resident birds. obstacles for transmission of this parasite in europe have not been identified. culex quinquefasciatus is an effective vector of pgrw4 malaria, but this ...201525958156
an overview of mosquitoes and emerging arboviral infections in the zagreb area, croatia.mosquito control in the zagreb area has been conducted for many years, whereas the fauna has only been investigated in the last 20 years. so far 30 mosquito species have been detected in the city area. culex pipiens form molestus is the dominant mosquito species in indoor breeding sites. in forested areas and areas exposed to flooding, the active period is early spring and the dominant species are ochlerotatus sticticus, ochlerotatus cantans, ochlerotatus geniculatus and aedes vexans. the eudomi ...201628036307
diversity and ecology survey of mosquitoes potential vectors in belgian equestrian farms: a threat prevention of mosquito-borne equine arboviruses.emergence of west nile virus was recently recorded in several european countries, which can lead to severe health problems in horse populations. europe is also at risk of introduction of mosquito-borne equine alphavirus from americas. prevention of these arboviruses requires a clear understanding of transmission cycles, especially their vectors. to characterize mosquito fauna, their ecology and identify potential vectors of equine arboviruses in belgium, entomological surveys of six equestrian f ...201626775817
seasonal dynamics and habitat specificity of mosquitoes in an english wetland: implications for uk wetland management and restoration.we engaged in field studies of native mosquitoes in a cambridgeshire fen, investigating a) the habitat specificity and seasonal dynamics of our native fauna in an intensively managed wetland, b) the impact of water-level and ditch management, and c) their colonization of an arable reversion to flooded grassland wetland expansion project. studies from april to october, 2010 collected 14,000 adult mosquitoes (15 species) over 292 trap-nights and ∼4,000 pre-imaginal mosquitoes (11 species). open fl ...201526047189
hyperparasitism of mosquitoes by water mite larvae.hyperparasitism of ectoparasitic water mite larvae on mosquitoes is still a neglected relationship and was investigated only in a few studies. we analysed 2313 female mosquitoes from six different sampling localities with regard to their degree of parasitism with water mite larvae. in total, we found 38 mosquito individuals parasitized by 93 water mite larvae, ranging from 1 to 12 larvae per mosquito. water mite larvae detected are members of the two species parathyas cf. barbigera (n = 92) and ...201525899329
sem examination of the eggs of five british aedes species.ultrastructure descriptions are given of the eggs of five british aedes species, namely aedes (aedes) cinereus meigen, aedes (ochlerotatus) cantans (meigen), aedes (ochlerotatus) punctor (kirby), aedes (ochlerotatus) detritus (haliday), and aedes (ochlerotatus) rusticus (rossi). eggs of the first 4 species are broadly cigar/boat-shaped, with those of ae. cinereus being characteristically long and narrow, in contrast to the overall shape of ae. rusticus, which is quite distinct, being in profile ...19979152876
coelomomyces from aedes cinereus and a mosquito iridescent virus of aedes cantans in sweden. 19827130736
identification of belgian mosquito species (diptera: culicidae) by dna barcoding.since its introduction in 2003, dna barcoding has proven to be a promising method for the identification of many taxa, including mosquitoes (diptera: culicidae). many mosquito species are potential vectors of pathogens, and correct identification in all life stages is essential for effective mosquito monitoring and control. to use dna barcoding for species identification, a reliable and comprehensive reference database of verified dna sequences is required. hence, dna sequence diversity of mosqu ...201525143182
methods of mosquito plague control in świnoujście area based on the analysis of species distribution.studies conducted in 2013 in świnoujście area aimed at determining mosquito species distribution and analyzing sites, productivity and dynamics of larva and adult breeding as well as developing guidelines for effective mosquito control in this area.201525862454
detection and characterization of a novel rhabdovirus in aedes cantans mosquitoes and evidence for a mosquito-associated new genus in the family rhabdoviridae.thanks to recent advances in random amplification technologies, metagenomic surveillance expanded the number of novel, often unclassified viruses within the family rhabdoviridae. using a vector-enabled metagenomic (vem) tool, we identified a novel rhabdovirus in aedes cantans mosquitoes collected from germany provisionally named ohlsdorf virus (ohsdv). the ohsdv genome encodes the canonical rhabdovirus structural proteins (n, p, m, g and l) with alternative orf in the p gene. sequence analysis i ...201728943405
age determination of aedes cantans using the ovarian oil injection technique.a study of the age structure of a population of adult female aedes cantans meigen was undertaken using the ovarian oil injection technique to determine parity. results showed that, contrary to popular opinion, ovariolar sacs do not form gonotrophic dilatations and cannot be used for physiological age determination. dilatations were formed only by follicles which degenerate at a very early stage in the gonotrophic cycle. the proportion which consistently do degenerate (the gonotrophic diagnostic ...19902132986
[detection of coelomomyces psorophorae couch in the ukraine].the narrow-specialized pathogen of blood sucking mosquitoes coelomomyces psorophorae couch, which has not been previously found in the territory of the ukraine, was detected on aedes cantans and al. communis larvae in water bodies located in the forest belt of pushcha-voditsa (kiev polessie, ukrainian ssr). evidence on its morphology and ecology is presented.20062796791
[effect of physical and chemical factors on the iridovirus of the mosquito aedes cantans]. 20133268724
[virion-associated enzymes of the iridovirus in the mosquito aedes cantans].purified virions of iridovirus of aedes cantans mosquito have proteinkinase and atp-ase activities. protein kinase associated with highly purified virions of this virus is camp-dependent, atp-ase of mosquito iridovirus is mg2+-dependent. its activity is not affected by na+ and k+ ions, whereas ca2+ ions inhibit it.20166231777
[isolation and study of the physicochemical properties of the dna of the iridescent virus from the mosquito aedes cantans].molecules of dna of aedes cantans mosquito iridescent virus were found to be of linear shape, about 150 micron in length. the temperature of melting, sedimentation coefficient, molecular weight, and buoyant density of dna were determined as well as the content of gc pairs in it.20166613094
[analysis of iridovirus proteins in the mosquito aedes cantans]. 19827154996
[pathology in aedes cantans meig. mosquito larvae infected by the iridescent virus]. 2006634169
ecology of the mosquito aëdes cantans. 1977899018
[various biological properties of aedes cantans irides iridescent virus].the sedimentation coefficient, molecular weight and the type of nucleic acid of aedes cantans iridescence virus were determined, and its proteins were analysed in a dissociating system by electrophoresis in polyacylamide gel. ultrathin sections of affected larvae were examined.20161007219
mosquitoes of north-western europe as potential vectors of arboviruses: a review.the intensification of trade and travel is linked to the growing number of imported cases of dengue, chikungunya or zika viruses into continental europe and to the expansion of invasive mosquito species such as aedes albopictus and aedes japonicus. local outbreaks have already occurred in several european countries. very little information exists on the vector competence of native mosquitoes for arboviruses. as such, the vectorial status of the nine mosquito species largely established in north- ...201931739553
wolbachia symbionts in mosquitoes: intra- and intersupergroup recombinations, horizontal transmission and evolution.many mosquitoes harbour wolbachia symbionts that could affect the biology of their host in different ways. evolutionary relationships of mosquitoes' wolbachia infection, geographical distribution and symbiont prevalence in many mosquito species are not yet clear. here, we present the results of wolbachia screening of 17 mosquito species of four genera-aedes, anopheles, coquillettidia and culex collected from five regions of eastern europe and the caucasus in 2012-2016. based on multilocus sequen ...201930708172
which mosquitoes (diptera: culicidae) are candidates for dna extraction in forensic practice?mosquitoes can be of importance in forensic context as a source of the perpretator's dna. the aim of this study was to find how can we optimize the selection of appropriate mosquito individuals. the study was based on the data of 177833 trapped female mosquitoes and 105236 individuals which were collected directly from human skin. the mean human-specific biting willingness value of aedes species was the highest (mean: 0.8). significant differences were found between the human-specific biting wil ...201830005339
[(the fauna of bloodsucking mosquitoes in the nizhny novgorod region, their infection with dirofilaria and endosymbiotic bacteria)].the fauna of bloodsucking mosquitoes in the nizhny novgorod region is represented by 11 species from 5 genera of the family culicidae. during 2014-2015, the predominant species were ochlerotatus cantans and aedes cinereus mosqui- toes in both a population aggregate and woodland. the infected mosquitoes accounted for 1.3% of their total number and were registered only in the village of fokino. the investigators identified two human pathogenic nematode species: diro- filaria immits and dirofilaria ...201730721615
[species composition and ecological peculiarities of the blood-sucking mosquito genus ochlerotatus (cantans and dorsalis species groups) (diptera, culicidae) in the novgorod region].seven mosquito species of the genus ochlerotatus ("cantans" and "dorsalis" species groups, family culicidae) were found in the novgorod region as a result of our field investigations, which have been carried out in 1996-2004. one species, ochlerotatus annulipes, was for the first time recorded in the novgorod region. distribution, biotopic and seasonal preferences of all discovered species are considered.200717285755
transient leg deformations during eclosion out of a tight confinement: a comparative study on seven species of flies, moths, ants and bees.legs in dipteran pupae are tightly packed in a zigzag configuration. changes in the shape or configuration of long podomeres during eclosion have been overlooked because they occur rapidly (in a few minutes) and the legs are hidden inside a tight opaque confinement: the puparium in the cyclorrhapha, the obtect pupa in mosquitoes. we fixed insects at different times during eclosion and obtained a temporal description of changes in leg shape. at the start of eclosion in calliphora vicina and droso ...201728549565
microsporidium aedium n. sp., from the mosquito aedes cantans. 19911783781
[bloodsucking mosquitoes (diptera: culicidae) in, the tula region are potential vectors of dirofilarias].bloodsucking mosquitoes were collected in tula and its region in may to august 2013-2014. the fauna included 17 species from 5 genera in the subfamily culicinae and anopheles maculipennis complex in the subsystem anophelinae. ochlerotatus cantans was a dominant species in the collections. the dominant species also included aedes einereus, ae. vexans, ae. geniculatus, och. diantaeus, och. intrudens, och. cataphylla, and culex pipiens. the possible value of different mosquito species dirofilaria r ...201626827580
life cycle of amblyospora weiseri n.sp.: (microsporidia) in aedes cantans (diptera, culicidae).amblyospora weiseri n.sp., parasite of the mosquito aedes cantans in czechoslovakia has two sporulation sequences: the octosporous sporulation sequence occurs in oenocytes and fat body tissue of larvae, involves meiosis and results in the formation of eight uninucleate spores (octospores) enclosed in a sporophorous vesicle and is fatal for the host. octospores are not infectious to other larvae. the oenocytic sequence localized in oenocytes of larvae and adults of both sexes probably effects tra ...201123195966
differential lipid reserves influence host-seeking behaviour in the mosquitoes aedes cantans and aedes punctor.lipid reserves of bait-caught female ae.cantans and ae.punctor mosquitoes (diptera: culicidae) were significantly higher than in teneral females. female ae.cantans given access to 10% w/v sucrose solution post-emergence showed an ability to synthesize lipid and, after 192 h, they were willing to take a bloodmeal from a human volunteer. at this point, mean lipid reserves were not significantly different from mean lipid reserves of bait-caught females. prior to 192h, females would not take a blood ...19958541588
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