2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032013000100007
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Abstract: Ma. titillans (n = 2,401) was 27.3% of all culicideans and 58.8% of Mansoniini. Its abundance was equally important among the capture sites. Ma. titillans females (98,4%) were more frequently seen than males in the traps.Interspecific competition with Coquillettidia and other Mansonia species did not play a major role in this study, since relative abundance of all species of this genus was consistently lower then Ma. titillans during the two and a half years studied.The weather was typical for the region durin… Show more

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“…strodei (Lopes, 1997) in artificial breeding were reported. Moreover, Mansoniini species found in the fragment, has its growing in perennial aquatic environments which have aquatic plants, and develop very well in anthropogenic environments (Wermelinger et al, 2012;D'Avila and Gomes, 2013).…”
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“…strodei (Lopes, 1997) in artificial breeding were reported. Moreover, Mansoniini species found in the fragment, has its growing in perennial aquatic environments which have aquatic plants, and develop very well in anthropogenic environments (Wermelinger et al, 2012;D'Avila and Gomes, 2013).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…pseudotitillans (Theobald), collected with Cq. juxtamansonia (Suárez et al , Lopes and Lozovei, , Dantur Jury et al , D’Ávila and Gomes ), and possibly sharing the same breeding places, have quite different eggs (Mattingly ) or do not have their eggs described.…”
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