review of Simulium (Pternaspatha) Enderlein (Simuliidae, Diptera)

by Pedro W. Wygodzinsky

Publisher: American Museum of Natural History in New York

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Bibliography: p. 116.

Statement[by] Pedro Wygodzinsky [and] Sixto Coscarón.
SeriesBulletin of the American Museum of Natural History,, v. 136, article 2
ContributionsCoscarón, Sixto, joint author.
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LC ClassificationsQH1 .A4 vol. 136, art. 2
The Physical Object
Pagination[47]-116 p.
Number of Pages116
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Open LibraryOL5530540M
LC Control Number67005670
OCLC/WorldCa556598

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Hypernyms ("Simulium" is a kind of): arthropod genus (a genus of arthropods). Meronyms (members of "Simulium"): black fly; blackfly; buffalo gnat (small blackish stout-bodied biting fly having aquatic larvae; sucks the blood of birds as well as humans and other mammals). Holonyms ("Simulium" is a member of): family Simuliidae; Simuliidae (blackflies and sand flies).

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The purpose of this paper is to bring together all the available information concerning the control of Simulium vectors of onchocerciasis in Africa and Central and South America.

Some of the larger control schemes are described in detail. Insecticidal formulations, rates of. E.W. Gray, R. Fusco, in Microbial Control of Insect and Mite Pests, Other Notable Programs.

Another notable program is conducted in South Africa on the Orange River where Simulium chutteri is considered the primary pest species; 10 4 –3 × 10 4 L of VectoBac 12AS is used annually for its control.

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Italy’s Hideous Divinity just released their fourth album Simulacrum and the cover positively seethes with potential. ’s Adveniens was a favorite of mine. Simulium occurs in all zoogeographical regions with the greatest number () reported from the Palaearctic region.

Prosimulium with species assigned to six subgenera is largely confined to the Holarctic region, as is the genus Cnephia. Austrosimulium is restricted to Australia and New Zealand. Simulium is a genus of black flies, which may transmit diseases such as onchocerciasis (river blindness).

It is a large genus with several hundred species, and 41 subgenera. This review of the dipterous predators of Simuliidae is based on an extensive literature search, Simulium reptans pupates mainly on plant material, whereas Simulium nigrum additionally uses the stony base of the moles which line the west bank of the River Oder where these observations were made.

The larvae require a certain amount of space. Crosskey RW.() A review of Simulium damnosum s.l. and human onchocerciasis in Nigeria, with special reference to cytographical distribution and development of a Nigerian national control campaign.

Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 32 2– [Google Scholar]. Nicholas A.V. Beare, Andrew Bastawrous, in Manson's Tropical Infectious Diseases (Twenty-third Edition), Life Cycle of O. Volvulus. When a Simulium fly bites an infected person, the small embryo worms (microfilariae) present in the skin enter the gut of the fly.

They pass through the gut wall and enter the thoracic muscles. After about 7 days, the larvae move to the head of the fly. Simulium damnosum s.l., conditions remain ideal for breeding downstream of the dam and will be permanent.

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Mark Booth, in Advances in Parasitology, Onchocerciasis. Onchocerca is transmitted by the blackfly Simulium damnosum complex and is therefore a parasite with a life cycle that is sensitive to climate change.

Reviews of blackfly ecology and the relation between vector and parasite are available in specific contexts (e.g. see Cheke et al., for a modelling perspective; Takaoka. "The confirmed geographical distribution of human onchocerciasis and its Simulium damnosum complex vectors in Nigeria is reviewed with the aim of defining the endemic zones of the disease relevant to the planning of a Nigerian national onchocerciasis control campaign.

Five major endemic zones are recognized, a terminology suggested for them, their sizes estimated, and the disease and vector. Simulium zonatum; Mga kasarigan. Mga sumpay ha gawas. An Wikimedia Commons mayda media nga nahahanungod han: Simulium: An Wikispecies in may-ada impormasyon nga may pagkahisumpay ha: Simulium: Image gallery.

Ini nga pakli kataposan nga ginliwat dida han6 Septyembre   The species of the genus Simulium contain rather small (2–6 mm) specimens, which look dark and thus are called “blackflies” (Fig.

1).Since their thorax segments are dorsally protruded, they also got the name “buffalo flies.” There are nearly 1, species described in 19 genera, 4 of which have zoonotic importance (Simulium, Prosimulium, Austrosimulium, Cnephia).

PDF | On Jan 1,and others published Infections with Onchocerca volvulus in different members of the Simulium damnosum complex in Togo and Benin | Find, read and cite all the. Populations of Simulium ochraceum reach maximum levels during this time, with daily human landing rates often exceeding over a month period in certain locations.

Las Golondrinas is a rural community on the forested Pacific Ocean-facing slopes of the Sierra Madre Mountains in habitat well suited for cultivation of coffee and cacao. Simulium and onchocerciasis in the northern territories of the Gold Coast.

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We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections,Author: Harold Coleman Hallock. Abstract. This paper gives a comprehensive account of the first six years of operation of an onchocerciasis control pilot project in an area of over km 2 in the Abuja Emirate, Northern Nigeria.

Control was attempted by the use of DDT against the larvae of the vector, Simulium damnosum. For the first two years technical DDT in diesel oil was applied. An extreme example of nonrandom rearrangements, especially inversion breaks, is described in the polytene chromosomes of the black fly Simulium bergi Rubtsov, from Armenia and Turkey.

A total of 48 rearrangements was discovered, relative to the standard banding sequence for the subgenus Simulium Latreille, One rearrangement, an inversion (IIS-C) in the short arm of the second. Print book: National government publication: PortugueseView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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Insectes; Insects. u Fig. —A good simple aquarium space for the rearing of all kinds of aquatic insects. Simulium cabrerai Takaoka, c g; Simulium caesariatum Craig & Joy, c g; Simulium cagayanense Takaoka, c g; Simulium caledonense Adler and Currie, i c g; Simulium callidum Dyar and Shannon, i c g; Simulium callipygium Craig, c g; Simulium canadense Hearle, i c g; Simulium candelabrum Fain & Dujardin, c g; Simulium canescens Breme.

Simulium (Rubzovia) joanae nov. spec. is described from Madeira. The morphology and diagnostic characters for all life stages except the egg are given, and the polytene chromosomes, with their. Simulium definition: a blood-sucking, tropical fly of the genus Simulium | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.Onchocerca volvulus, the causative agent of human onchocerciasis (see p.

), is transmitted by the blackflies Simulium damnosum (Fig. ) and Simulium neavei in Africa and Simulium ochraceum, Simulium callidum, and Simulium metallicum in Mexico, Central America, and South America.

Females of Simulium spp. deposit eggs in fast-flowing water ranging from streams to large rivers; in the.Cytological studies of Simulium tuberosum s.l. from the type locality in northern Finland demonstrate the presence of three reproductively isolated species.

One of these species, here designated FGIO, has not previously been described cytologically, whereas the remaining two cytospecies, AB and FGI, are both well known from North America and.