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1 June 2012 New Records of Mosquitoes from Northwestern Argentina
María J. Dantur Juri, Marina Stein, Gustavo C. Rossi, Juan Carlos Navarro, Mario Zaidenberg, María A. Mureb Sallum
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Eleven mosquito species, namely Aedes hastatus, Ae. fulvus, Coquillettidia albicosta, Cq. juxtamansonia, Culex aliciae, Cx. delpontei, Cx. oedipus, Cx. pedroi, Mansonia flaveola, Uranotaenia leucoptera, and Wyeomyia oblita, are recorded for the first time from northwestern Argentina. In addition, 3 species, Cx. brethesi, Limatus durhami, and Ur. nataliae, are reported for the first time from Salta Province. These records extend the geographical distribution of these 3 species to Salta Province. This study also extends the geographical distributions of Cq. nigricans, Cx. chidesteri, and Ma. humeralis to Jujuy Province and of Ae. meprai, Ae. milleri, Ae. oligopistus, Cx. brethesi, Cx. fernandezi, and Cx. tatoi to Tucumán Province.

María J. Dantur Juri, Marina Stein, Gustavo C. Rossi, Juan Carlos Navarro, Mario Zaidenberg, and María A. Mureb Sallum "New Records of Mosquitoes from Northwestern Argentina," Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 28(2), 111-113, (1 June 2012). https://doi.org/10.2987/12-6221R.1
Published: 1 June 2012
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