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Wyeomyia luteoventralis Theobald, the type species of the subgenus Dendromyia Theobald (Diptera: Culicidae)
Motta, Monique Albuquerque;Louren?o-de-Oliveira, Ricardo;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1995, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761995000300012
Abstract: wyeomyia (dendromyia) luteoventralis is redescribed from females, males, larvae and pupae collected at the type locality, in brazil, and compared to the closely related species. at least six species - wy. luteoventralis, wy. ypsipola, wy. testei, wy. trifurcata, wy. complosa and wy. jocosa - appparently, belong to a monophyletic group, the subgenus dendromyia. all other species previously included in dendromyia are hereby excluded from this subgenus and retained in genus wyeomyia without subgeneric placement.
The subgenus Dendromyia theobald: a review with redescriptions of four species (Diptera: Culicidae)
Motta, Monique Albuquerque;Louren?o-de-Oliveira, Ricardo;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762000000500011
Abstract: a morphological study of larval, pupal and adult life stages (including genitalia characters) was performed in order to evaluate the classification of the subgenus dendromyia, genus wyeomyia theobald. six species are included: wy. ypsipola dyar, wy. jocosa (dyar & knab), wy. testei senevet & abonnenc, wy. complosa (dyar), wy. luteoventralis theobald and wy. trifurcata clastrier, the first four of which are redescribed. the descriptions include illustrations of the male and female genitalia, fourth-instar larva and pupa. the result firmly supports dendromyia as a monophyletic group, with well defined characters. keys for the identification of all life stages of species included in dendromyia are provided.
The subgenus Dendromyia theobald: a review with redescriptions of four species (Diptera: Culicidae)
Motta Monique Albuquerque,Louren?o-de-Oliveira Ricardo
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2000,
Abstract: A morphological study of larval, pupal and adult life stages (including genitalia characters) was performed in order to evaluate the classification of the subgenus Dendromyia, genus Wyeomyia Theobald. Six species are included: Wy. ypsipola Dyar, Wy. jocosa (Dyar & Knab), Wy. testei Senevet & Abonnenc, Wy. complosa (Dyar), Wy. luteoventralis Theobald and Wy. trifurcata Clastrier, the first four of which are redescribed. The descriptions include illustrations of the male and female genitalia, fourth-instar larva and pupa. The result firmly supports Dendromyia as a monophyletic group, with well defined characters. Keys for the identification of all life stages of species included in Dendromyia are provided.
Wyeomyia exallos, a new species of sylvatic mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) from Brazil
Rocha, Glauber Pereira;Louren?o-de-Oliveira, Ricardo;Motta, Monique de Albuquerque;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762012000700015
Abstract: wyeomyia exallos, a new mosquito species from atlantic forest of southeastern brazil, is described based on morphological characters of the adult female, male, male genitalia, pupa and fourth-instar larva. the morphological characters of wy. exallos sp. nov. are compared with those of different subgenera of wyeomyia as well as of species without subgeneric position. it is proposed that the new species should be placed in genus wyeomyia theobald without subgeneric assignment.
Wyeomyia forcipenis, new species of mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Louren?o-de-Oliveira, Ricardo;Silva, Tereza Fernandes da;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1985, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761985000300008
Abstract: wyeomyia forcipenis sp.n. is described from specimens caught in jacarepaguá. state of rio de janeiro, brazil. the male genitalia and the chaetotaxy of the pupa and larva are figured. this species is close to wy. bourrouli (lutz, 1905), being distinguished particularly by the shape of the hind plate of the phallosome.
Haemagogus equinus Theobald 1903 (Diptera: Culicidae) en el Campus de la Universidad de Carabobo. Valencia. Venezuela.  [PDF]
Cesar Parra,Jonathan Liria
Salus Online , 2010,
Abstract: Haemagogus equinus Theobald 1903 (Diptera: Culicidae) in the campus of the Universidad de Carabobo. Valencia. Venezuela.Species of Haemagogus are the main vector of sylvatic Yellow Fever (YF). The immature phases breed in water-filled tree holes and bambu internodes; however, some species are found in artificialcontainers. We assessed the presence of medically important mosquitoes in an urban area. Traps were used in a riberine forest near the Sports Area of the University of Carabobo. A month later they were removed, and mosquito composition was determined. We reported the presence of Haemagogus (Haemagogus) equinus Theobald and other three species. This finding represents a potenciality forenzootic YF transmission, and the adaptation of such species to artificial breeding sites, which, in addition to the increment of aedine indexes, constitute a risk for the emergence of such arbovirus.
Wyeomyia trujilloi Pulido y Sutil, 1981, nuevo sinónimo de Wyeomyia bicornis (Root, 1928) (Culicidae: Sabethini), con redescripción de la pupa parte de la larva
Navarro,Juan-Carlos; Liria,Jonathan;
Boletín de Malariología y Salud Ambiental , 2007,
Abstract: wyeomyia (wyeomyia) trujilloi pulido & sutil, 1981, is recognized as the synonym of wyeomyia (nunezia) bicornis (root 1928), based on larval chaeototaxy and mouthparts morphology, pupae and male genitals in comparison and analysis with wy. bicornis holotype, topotypes and wy. trujilloi holotype. discussion and characteristics illustration about subgeneric level are provided. the larval mouthparts morphology and pupae chaetotaxy are described and illustrated by first time, and head of larvae chaetotaxy are re-described.
New records of mosquito species (Diptera: Culicidae) for Santa Catarina and Paraná (Brazil)
Müller, Gerson Azulim;Kuwabara, Eduardo Fumio;Duque, Jonny Edward;Navarro-Silva, Mario Ant?nio;Marcondes, Carlos Brisola;
Biota Neotropica , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-06032008000400021
Abstract: we provide eight new mosquito species records for santa catarina (limatus flavisetosus oliveira castro 1935, mansonia flaveola (coquillett 1906), ma. titillans (walker 1848), psorophora forceps cerqueira 1939, sabethes xyphydes harbach 1994, toxorhynchites bambusicolus (lutz & neiva 1913), tx. theobaldi (dyar & knab 1906) and wyeomyia lassalli bonne-wepster & bonne 1921) and three for paraná (ochlerotatus argyrothorax bonne-wepster & bonne 1920, uranotaenia pallidoventer theobald 1903 and wyeomyia pilicauda root 1928). additionally, we list all species in these eight genera recorded previously in the two states. the known distribution and possible epidemiological implications of the new species records are discussed.
Occurrence of Anopheles (Nyssorhynchus) rangeli (Gabaldon et al) and Anopheles (Nyssorhynchus) evansae (Brethes) (Diptera: Culicidae) in an Eutrophized Dam
Wermelinger, Eduardo D;Benigno, Ciro V;Machado, Roberto N M;Nascimento, Teresa F S;Ferreira, Aldo P;Meira, Ant?nio M;Souza, Marcos B;Zanuncio, José C;
Neotropical Entomology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2010000300022
Abstract: this is the first record of immature stages of species belonging to the subgenus nyssorhynchus (blanchard) in eutrophized breeding habitats. larvae of anopheles (nys.) evansae (brethes), anopheles (nyssorhynchus) rangeli (gabaldon et al), culex nigripalpus (theobald) and culex quinquefasciatus (say) (diptera: culicidae) were collected in a rural eutrophized dam in rio de janeiro state, in southeastern brazil. eutrophication was substantiated by the low diversity of mosquitoes, the high incidence of cx. quinquefasciatus (42%) and of daphinia sp. and, the high levels of both organic nitrogen (0.28 mg/l) and total phosphorus (0.02 mg/l).
Wyeomyia staminifera, a new species of mosquito from Brazil (Diptera: Culicidae)
Louren?o-de-Oliveira, Ricardo;Motta, Monique Albuquerque;Castro, Marcia Gon?alves de;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1992, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761992000100018
Abstract: wyeomia staminifera n. sp. is described from specimens collected into the forest of the amazon and southeast regions of brazil. the description includes illustrations of female and male genitalias and chaetotaxy of pupa and larva. wy. staminifera is closely related to wy. aporonoma, but they are distinguishable in all stages.
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