FIELD GUIDE MOSQUITOES

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    ANOPHELES
    with palps about as long as _/_ and
    rests with body and proboscis in one plane or
    axis which is at an angle to the surface.
    proboscis/beak
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    ANOPHELES
    with palps about as long as proboscis/beak and
    rests with body and proboscis in _ or _
    which is at an angle to the surface.
    one plane or axis
  3. MOSQUITO - FIELD GUIDE
    ANOPHELES
    with palps about as long as proboscis/beak and
    rests with body and proboscis in one plane or
    axis which is _ _ _ _ the surface.
    at an angle to
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    AEDES/OCHLEROTATUS
    palps much shorter than _
    proboscis
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    AEDES/OCHLEROTATUS
    rests with body and proboscis in 2 different _
    (at an obtuse angle to each other)
    2 different planes
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    AEDES/OCHLEROTATUS
    rests with body and proboscis in 2 different planes
    (at an _ angle to each other)
    obtuse
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    AEDES/OCHLEROTATUS
    body resting on the _
    surface
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    CULEX
    with palps much shorter than _
    proboscis
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    CULEX
    with body and proboscis in 2 different _
    planes
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    CULEX
    body up off but _ to the surface
    parallel
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    Yellowfever mosquito, Aedes _
    aegypti
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    AEDES AEGYPTI
    identifying marks = dorsum of thorax with 2 outer curved and
    2 median parallel marks forming a _ shaped pattern
    lyre
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    Asian tiger or forest day mosquito, Aedes _
    albopictus
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    identifying marks = dorsum of thorax with a
    single median _-white stripe
    SILVER
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    identifying marks = dorsum of thorax with a
    single median silver-_ stripe
    WHITE
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    identifying marks = dorsum of thorax with a
    single median silver-white _
    STRIPE
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    Common malaria mosquito, Anopheles _
    quadrimaculatus
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    ANOPHELES QUADRIMACULATUS/MALARIA
    legs lack _ and wings with only dark scales
    bands
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    ANOPHELES QUADRIMACULATUS/MALARIA
    legs lack bands and wings with only _ scales
    dark
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    Mosquitoes are commonly separated into NUMBER groups based on
    where and how their eggs are laid
    3
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    Mosquitoes are commonly separated into 3 groups based on
    where and how _
    their eggs are laid
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    ANOPHELES
    lays eggs = _ on water, with floats, usually hatch within a few days
    singly
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    ANOPHELES
    lays eggs = singly on water, with _, usually hatch within a few days
    floats
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    CULEX
    lays eggs = in _ on water with up to 100+ eggs per raft,
    usually hatch within a few days
    rafts
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    CULEX
    lays eggs = in rafts on water with up to 100+ eggs per raft,
    usually hatch within a few days
    100+
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    AEDES/OCHLEROTATUS
    lays eggs = _ in semi-dry places such as moist soil near water,
    do not hatch until water has risen and inundated them,
    can lie dormant for 3-5 years
    singly
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    AEDES/OCHLEROTATUS
    lays eggs = singly in semi-dry places such as _ soil near water,
    do not hatch until water has risen and inundated them,
    can lie dormant for 3-5 years
    moist
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    AEDES/OCHLEROTATUS
    lays eggs = singly in semi-dry places such as moist soil near water,
    do not hatch until water has _ and inundated them,
    can lie dormant for 3-5 years
    risen
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    AEDES/OCHLEROTATUS
    lays eggs = singly in semi-dry places such as moist soil near water,
    do not hatch until water has risen and inundated them,
    can lie _ for 3-5 years
    dormant
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    AEDES/OCHLEROTATUS
    lays eggs = singly in _-_ places such as moist soil near water,
    do not hatch until water has risen and inundated them,
    can lie dormant for 3-5 years
    semi-dry
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    With water present, eggs hatch in a few days into
    larvae which are commonly called _ because of
    their jerky movements
    wigglers
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    All larvae live in water and go through NUMBER instars and NUMBER molts.
    • 4
    • 4
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    With their 4th molt, the larvae become pupae which are commonly called _
    tumblers
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    Although quite active, the pupae do not _
    feed
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    Most medically important species bite at dusk and dawn (_) and
    also during the night (nocturnal),
    crepuscular
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    Most medically important species bite at dusk and dawn (crepuscular) and
    also during the night (_)
    nocturnal
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ianquinto
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FIELD GUIDE MOSQUITOES
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FIELD GUIDE MOSQUITOES
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