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- Anopheles (/əˈnɒfɪliːz/) is a genus of mosquito first described and named by J. W. Meigen in 1818. About 460 species are recognised; while over 100 can...
- consists of: Anopheles arabiensis Anopheles bwambae Anopheles melas Anopheles merus Anopheles quadriannulatus Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto Anopheles coluzzii...
- Anopheles stephensi is a primary mosquito vector of malaria in urban India and is included in the same subgenus as Anopheles gambiae, the primary malaria...
- Anopheles is a genus of mosquitoes (Culicidae). Of about 484 recognised species, over 100 can transmit human malaria, but only 30–40 commonly transmit...
- ever found to have blood preserved within their abdomens. The mosquito Anopheles gambiae is currently undergoing speciation into the M(opti) and S(avanah)...
- Anopheles albim**** is a species of mosquito in the order Diptera. It is found in coastal Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Mexico. It is...
- Anopheles (Anopheles) reidi is a species complex of barbirostris mosquito belonging to the genus Anopheles. It is endemic to Sri Lanka. "An annotated checklist...
- Anopheles introlatus (formerly Anopheles balabacensis introlatus) is the main vector for Plasmodium cynomolgi (a simian malaria) in Malaya. Eyles DE, Warren...
- Anopheles barberi is a tree hole breeding mosquito mainly located in eastern North America. The larvae are predators of other mosquito larvae. It has...
- Anopheles crucians is a mosquito that exists in aquatic environments under areas with little light presence. The preferred environment for A. crucians...
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