Brian H. Kay

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Publications of Brian H. Kay (8 listed):

Medical and Veterinary Entomology (2013) 27, 267-275
B.H. Kay, M.D. Brown, Z. Siti and M.J. Bangs (2013)
Field evaluations of disposable sticky lures for surveillance of Aedes aegypti (Stegomyia aegypti) and Culex quinquefasciatus in Jakarta

Australian Journal of Entomology (2008) 47, 142-148
Brian H. Kay, Tonya M. Watson and Peter A. Ryan (2008)
Definition of productive Aedes notoscriptus (Diptera: Culicidae) habitats in western Brisbane, and a strategy for their control

Journal of Insect Science (2008) 8 (25), 1-8
P.R. Dale, J. Knight, B.H. Kay, H. Chapman, S.A. Ritchie and M.D. Brown (2008)
Habitat characteristics and eggshell distribution of the salt marsh mosquito, Aedes vigilax, in marshes in subtropical eastern Australia

Journal of Medical Entomology (2002) 39, 99-105
B.H. Kay and C.D. Jennings (2002)
Enhancement or modulation of the vector competence of Ochlerotatus vigilax (Diptera: Culicidae) for Ross River virus by temperature

Journal of Medical Entomology (2002) 39, 356-361
B.H. Kay, P.A. Ryan, S.A. Lyons, P.N. Foley, N. Pandeya and D. Purdie (2002)
Winter intervention against Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) larvae in subterranean habitats slows surface recolonization in summer

Journal of Medical Entomology (2002) 39, 469-474
B.H. Kay, S.A. Lyons, J.S. Holt, M. Holynska and B.M. Russell (2002)
Point source inoculation of Mesocyclops (Copepoda: Cyclopidae) gives widespread control of Ochlerotatus and Aedes (Diptera: Culicidae) immatures in service manholes and pits in North Queensland, Australia

Journal of Medical Entomology (2000) 37, 797-801
B.H. Kay and R.A. Farrow (2000)
Mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) dispersal: implications for the epidemiology of Japanese and Murray Valley encephalitis viruses in Australia

Journal of Medical Entomology (2000) 37, 846-853
B.H. Kay, P.A. Ryan, B.M. Russell, J.S. Holt, S.A. Lyons and P.N. Foley (2000)
The importance of subterranean mosquito habitat to arbovirus vector control strategies in North Queensland, Australia