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funestus are the principal vectors of malaria, [8] and are most likely to be responsible for the odyssean malaria cases recorded in Gauteng.
funestus (11-13) and is seasonal with peaks during the rainy periods which differ depending upon the locations.
funestus on newly emerged land, thereby identifying increasing role of the species in malaria transmission in lake basin (16).
funestus that are both susceptible and resistant to pyrethroids.
funestus in the villages of Tanzania with nets treated with lambdacyhalothrin CS at 20 mg (ai)/[m.
Koch 1878 Tetragnathidae Tetragnatha quasimodo Vandergast & Gillespie 1991 Roderick (2003) Theridiidae Enoplognatha ovata in Poinar (1987) (Clerck 1757) Thomisidae Diaea dorsata in Poinar (1987) (Fabricius 1777) Thomisidae Misumenops tricuspidatus Okochi (1969) (Fabricius 1775) Thomisidae Xysticus deichmanni in Poinar (1987) Soerensen 1898 Thomisidae Xysticus durus in Poinar (1987) (Soerensen 1898) Thomisidae Xysticus funestus in Poinar (1987) Keyserling 1880 Zoridae Zora maculosa Roewer in Poinar (1987) 1951 Agelenidae Comments Amaurobiidae Antrodiaetidae as Coelotes i.
The mosquitoes that transmit malaria best--Anopheles funestus and Anopheles gambiae--dominate in Africa.
In SA, in general, Anopheles funestus is usually associated with outbreaks and epidemics, while A.
Observations on the swarming and mating behaviour of Anopheles funestus from southern Mozambique.
funestus complex were identified according to Koekemoer et al (41) (n = 24 from Marani; and n = 122 from Kombewa).