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“…Biological control tools that act against the immature stages include the application of Bacillus thuringiensis in larvae habitats; products that prevent oviposition and/or inhibit growth and reproduction, including pheromones. There are also natural predators such as fish (especially of the genus Gambusia and Poecilia, family Poeciliidae) [19,20], copepods (including several species of the genus Mesocyclops) [21,22] and the "elephant mosquito" (genus Toxorhynchites) [23,24].…”
Section: Mosquito Controlmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The methanolic extract was the most active for all activities, notably as a larvicidal (LC 50 10.69 µg/mL). Other extracts also demonstrated high activity against larvae: benzene (LC 50 18.27 µg/mL) and acetone (LC 50 23.95 µg/mL). The non-hatching concentration for eggs ranged from 120 to 160 mg/L and the repellent action (100% at 5 mg/cm 2 ) ranged from 6.0 to 4.3 h [86].…”
Section: Organic/aqueous Extractsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…aegypti and Ae. albopictus were reduced in numbers when Toxorhynchites was present in the same microcosm or ecosystem Tikasingh, 1992;Albeny et al, 2011;Nyamah et al, 2011). Although the predatory behaviour of Toxorhynchites indicates that it would feed on larvae of Ae.…”
Section: Predatormentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Entre alternativas de controle biológico que mostraram viabilidade técnica estão os peixes larvófagos (Pamplona et al, 2009), as bactérias (Lima et al, 2005) e os hormônios reguladores de crescimento (Martins & Silva, 2004). Dentre os organismos utilizados como agentes de controle biológico também se encontram larvas predadoras do gênero Toxorhynchites (Theobald) (Diptera: Culicidae) (Bonnet & Hu, 1951;Sempala, 1983;Collins & Blackwell, 2000;Schreiber, 2007, Albeny et al, 2011.…”
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“…aegypti tem se mostrado eficientes na redução da densidade larval do Ae. aegypti (Focks et al, 1982;Gerberg & Visser, 1978;Rawlins et al, 1991;Tikasingh, 1992, Albeny et al, 2011. Entretanto estes estudos não levam em consideração que variações no tamanho, forma e volume de recipientes podem afetar a taxa de predação (Sunahara et al 2002, Alto & Griswold, 2005.…”
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