Culicinae


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Culicinae

[kyü′lis·ə‚nē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A subfamily of the dipteran family Culicidae.
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Tambien se han reportado otros vectores menos eficientes como dipteros e insectos hematofagos como Stomoxis calcitrans, Haematobia irritans, Culicinae spp.
The most important disease vectors are members of the subfamilies Anophelinae and Culicinae.
Key words: Mosquito, Anophelinae, Culicinae, Diptera, Culicidae.
Checklist and keys to the Culicinae of Iran (Diptera: Culicidae).
Resumen: El estudio de mosquitos de la subfamilia Culicinae (Diptera: Culicidae) en Colombia, ha sido limitado a pesar de su importancia en salud publica.
Abdomen con sifon ventilador; segmentos abdominales sin sedas palmea das Subfamilia Culicinae (incluyendo la tribu Toxorhynchitini) 1a.
Dixidae, Chaoboridae and Culicinae, tribes Anophelini, Toxorhynchitini and Culicini (Genus Culex only).
Culicinae (Diptera, Culicidae) ocorrentes no estado do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil.
Entretanto, a proporcao de sabetinos nao e o unico fator que pode caracterizar a area como primaria, a abundancia de Kerteszia deve ser considerada e superior as especies de Culicinae (Forattini et al.
The mosquitoes of this genus have morphological characteristics similar to those of the subfamily Culicinae, but are considered to be primitive because of the presence of eight chromosomes (2n = 8), as identified in Chagasia bathana (Dyar, 1928) (Kreutzer 1978).
Culicinae was represented by 14 species of Sabethini, five of Culicini and two of Aedini, all of them native except Aedes aegypti L.