Bibliography:Anopheles bancroftii

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Publication list for Anopheles bancroftii sorted according to research topics

general biology - morphology - evolution (7)

Parasites and Vectors (2019) 12 (156) - Interpreting mosquito feeding ...
Eloise B. Stephenson, Amanda K. Murphy, Cassie C. Jansen, Alison J. Peel and Hamish McCallum (2019)
Interpreting mosquito feeding patterns in Australia through an ecological lens: an analysis of blood meal studies

Parasites and Vectors (2017) 10 (95) - Plasticity of host selection ...
John B. Keven, Lisa Reimer, Michelle Katusele, Gussy Koimbu, Rebecca Vinit, Naomi Vincent, Edward Thomsen, David R. Foran, Peter A. Zimmerman and Edward D. Walker (2017)
Plasticity of host selection by malaria vectors of Papua New Guinea

Parasites and Vectors (2016) 9 (340) - Changes in malaria burden and ...
Manuel W. Hetzel, Lisa J. Reimer, Gibson Gideon, Gussy Koimbu, Céline Barnadas, Leo Makita, Peter M. Siba and Ivo Mueller (2016)
Changes in malaria burden and transmission in sentinel sites after the roll-out of long-lasting insecticidal nets in Papua New Guinea

Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association (2003) 19, 392-396
Cheryl A. Johansen, Debra J. Nisbet, Paul Zborowski, Andrew F. Van Den Hurk, Scott A. Ritchie and John S. Mackenzie (2003)
Flavivirus isolations from mosquitoes collected from Western Cape York Peninsula, Australia, 1999-2000

Journal of Medical Entomology (2002) 39, 786-792
A.F. van den Hurk, D.J. Nisbet, P.N. Foley, S.A. Ritchie, J.S. Mackenzie and N.W. Beebe (2002)
Isolation of arboviruses from mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) collected from the Gulf Plains region of northwest Queensland, Australia

Journal of the Australian Entomological Society (1992) 31, 159-163
D.H. Foley, Joan H. Bryan, D. Booth and A. Barnes (1992)
Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) attracted to humans and four other animal species at Darwin, Northern Territory

Australian Journal of Zoology (1990) 38, 25-32
D.H. Cybinski and M.J. Muller (1990)
Isolation of arboviruses from cattle and insects at 2 sentinel sites in Queensland, Australia, 1979-85

identification/taxonomy (1)

Bulletin of Entomological Research (1994) 84, 331-342
Ralph E. Harbach (1994)
Review of the internal classification of the genus Anopheles (Diptera: Culicidae): the foundation for comparative systematics and phylogenetic research

control - general (1)

Journal of Medical Entomology (2004) 41, 414-417
S.P. Frances, D.G.E. Waterson, N.W. Beebe and R.D. Cooper (2004)
Field evaluation of repellent formulations containing deet and picaridin against mosquitoes in Northern Territory, Australia

environment - cropping system/rotation (1)

Journal of Medical Entomology (1997) 34, 193-205
J.L.K. Hii, T. Smith, A. Mai, S. Mellor, D. Lewis, N. Alexander and M.P. Alpers (1997)
Spatial and temporal variation in abundance of Anopheles (Diptera: Culicidae) in a malaria endemic area in Papua New Guinea

population dynamics/ epidemiology (1)

Australian Journal of Zoology (1987) 35, 289-306
R.C. Russell (1987)
Seasonal abundance, longevity and population age composition of potential malaria vectors in northern and southern Australia

surveys/sampling/distribution (12)

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pheromones/attractants/traps (3)

Parasites and Vectors (2015) 8 (509) - Development and field ...
Brian J. Johnson, Tim Kerlin, Sonja Hall-Mendelin, Andrew F. van den Hurk, Giles Cortis, Stephen L. Doggett, Cheryl Toi, Ken Fall, Jamie L. McMahon, Michael Townsend and Scott A. Ritchie (2015)
Development and field evaluation of the sentinel mosquito arbovirus capture kit (SMACK)

Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association (2004) 20, 239-242
R.D. Cooper, S.P. Frances, S. Popat and D.G.E. Waterson (2004)
The effectiveness of light, 1-octen-3-ol, and carbon dioxide as attractants for anopheline mosquitoes in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2000) 90, 211-219
J.L.K. Hii, T. Smith, A. Mai, E. Ibam and M.P. Alpers (2000)
Comparison between anopheline mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) caught using different methods in a malaria endemic area of Papua New Guinea