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A survey of the Anopheles funestus (Diptera Culicidae) group of mosquitoes from 10 sites in Kenya with special emphasis on population genetic structure based on chromosomal inversion karyotypes

Kamau, L, Munyekenye, GO, Koekemoer, LL, Hunt, RH, Coetzee, M
Journal of Medical Entomology 40(5), 664-71. (2003)

We sampled Anopheles funestus Giles mosquitoes from 10 sites in Kenya to determine (1) the different members of this group present at these sites and (2) the population genetic structure of these species based on chromosomal inversion karyotypes with particular reference to the role of the Eastern arm of the Great Rift Valley and geographical dista...

Bionomics and cytogenetics of Anopheles seretsei Abdulla-Khan, Coetzee, and Hunt, a new species from northern Botswana

Abdulla-Khan, R, Coetzee, M, Hunt, RH
Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 14(3), 253-255. (1998)

Morphological analysis of anopheline mosquitoes from Kasane, Botswana, revealed a new species, Anopheles seretsei, that is closely related to Anopheles azevedoi and Anopheles listeri. A description of the type locality and biological characteristics of An. seretseti is given. Comparisons are made with An. listeri and An. azevedoi. The banding patte...

Description of Anopheles (Cellia) seretsei sp. nov. from Kasane, Botswana

Abdulla-Khan, R, Coetzee, M, Hunt, RH
Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 14(3), 248-252. (1998)

Anopheles (Cellia) seretsei, a new mosquito species from Kasane, northern Botswana, is described on the basis of examination of a type series of 37 females and 18 males. Diagnostic features of the egg, larva, and pupa are presented. Comparisons of the new species with close relatives (Anopheles listeri and Anopheles azevedoi) are made.