Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association (2001) 17, 79-80

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Michael J. Muller, Brian L. Montgomery, Alan Ingram and Scott A. Ritchie (2001)
First records of Culex gelidus from Australia
Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 17 (1), 79-80
Abstract: Culex gelidus Theobald was recorded for the 1st time in Australia in May 1999 from 2 locations (Brisbane and Mackay, Queensland) approximately 820 km apart. Larval samples were collected from a semipermanent freshwater swamp and an open drain and reared to adults in laboratories. Implications for Australia are discussed.
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Culex gelidus Australia (NT+QLD)