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Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian region ...
by Printed by order of the Trustees, sold at the British Museum (Nat. Hist.) B. Quaritch, Ltd. in London
Written in English
|Contributions||Hopkins, G. H. E., Evans, Alwen Myfanwy, d. 1937., Edwards, Frederick Wallace, 1888-1940., British Museum (Nat. Hist.) Dept. of Entomology.|
|LC Classifications||QL536 .M7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
|LC Control Number||37002414|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: British Museum (Natural History). Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian region.
London, (OCoLC) Document Type. Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian region. London: Printed by order of the Trustees, sold at the British Museum (Nat. Hist.) B. Quaritch, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Wallace Edwards; Alwen M Evans; George Henry Evans Hopkins; British Museum (Natural History).
MOSQUITOES OF THE ETHIOPIAN REGION. Volume II- Anophelini- Adults And Early Stages. Hardcover – January 1, by Alwen M. Evans (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Author: Alwen M. Evans. Get this from a library. Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian region. Vol. III, Culicine adults and pupae ; F.W. Edwards. [Frederick Wallace Edwards; British Museum (Natural History)].
This volume, which deals with the adult Culicine mosquitoes and their pupae, completes the monograph of the mosquitoes of the Ethiopian Region, that is, the whole continent of Africa south of the Sahara.
Part I by G. HOPKINS [this Bulletin,Vol. 33, p. ] covered the larvae of the Culicines and Part II by A. EVANS [this Bulletin,Vol. 35, p. ] the adults and early Cited by: 3. A SHORT time before her death in August Dr. Alwen Evans brought to London the MS.
and drawings for a monograph on the Anophelines of the Ethiopian region. This work was, happily, nearly. Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian Region. 3: Culicine Adults and Pupæ. By Dr. Edwards. viii + + 4 plates. (London: British Museum (Natural History), )Cited by: Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian Region II.
Anophelini Adults and Early Stages. by Evans, A.M. Request Image. Hardback ; Used Book Availability: SOLD; This title has been delisted and is no longer available to purchase - please use the search field above to check if another copy is in stock, or contact us to record your interest in this title, if.
Readers of this Bulletin may know that this book is the first of 3 parts, which were originally published before the late war [this Bulletin,v. 33, ] and which form the British Museum monographs on the systematics of the mosquitoes of the Ethiopian region, this term being used in the sense in which it is commonly employed by zoologists to include the whole of the mainland of Africa.
Book: Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian Region. - Anophelini. Adults and Early Stages. The book deals with 60 species and 21 varieties, and one observes that the larvae larvae Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details of all of these except 11 species and 5 varieties are known and described.
This is remarkable, particularly as. The greater part (pp. ) of this work on the larvae of mosquitos of the Ethiopian Region (which is here considered to include Aden and south-west Arabia, Madagascar and the adjacent small islands, and islands of the Gulf of Guinea) consists of descriptions of fourth-instar larvae of the species of Culicines (with a key to the genera) and notes on their breeding places arid habits.
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Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian region. vol. 3: 1. Print book: English. [London]: British Museum (Natural History) 2. Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian region. 3, Culicine adults and pupae: 2. Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian region.
3, Culicine adults and pupae. by F W Edwards. 3 Malaria in Ethiopia Aynalem Adugna • At least 60% of children affected by malaria should have access to rapid, adequate and affordable treatment, • At least 60% of those at risk, especially pregnant women and children under five, should benefit from the most appropriate combinations of personal and communal protection, including insecticide treated nets.
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Materials and Methods Mosquitoes were collected from 5 villages outside Jimma (79'N, 'E), km south-west of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. They came from habitations where cattle were kept in close proximity to humans and were collected by hand aspirator and placed in polystyrene cups for transport to the insectary in Johannesburg, South Africa.Introduction.
Mosquitoes of Uganda were extensively investigated between the mids and the early s .During that period more than mosquito species were recorded and approximately 20% were implicated in arbovirus transmission .Because of these investigations, Uganda is currently a known hotspot for emergence of arboviruses of public health and veterinary importance [3, 4].