Aedes (Fin.) niveus

Author

  • (Ludlow)
  • 1903. In Theobald 1903a:139 (F; as Stegomyia).
  • Oras, Samar, Philippines (BM)

Distribution

SpeciesMap

Zambia, Zimbabwe

Synonyms

  • None

Bionomics

Immatures are found in tree holes and bamboo stumps. Females are day biting (Barraud 1934).

Medical Importance

Vector of subperiodic Wuchereria bancrofti (Harinasuta et al. 1970).

Culicidae » Culicinae » Aedini » Aedes » Finlaya
habitus image

Photo credit: J. Stoffer, WRBU.

Additional References

  • Barraud 1934:209 (M*, F, L)
  • Feng 1938:512 (M*, F*, L*)
  • Knight 1946:278 (M*, F, L*)
  • Knight and Chamberlain 1948, fig. 33 (P*)
  • Knight and Hull 1951b:246 (M, F, L*; tax.)
  • Aslamkhan 1971b:147 (distr.).
  • Ahmed 1987:187 (distr.)
  • Tewari and Hiriyan 1995:167 (M*, F, P*, L*)
  • Huang and Rueda 1998:824 (F*; type info.).
LARVA  PUPA

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