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P. C. A. Antunes1939Nota sobre o genero Haemagogus Williston ― (Diptera, Culicidae)
P. C. A. Antunes1937A new Anopheles and a new Goeldia from Colombia (Dipt. Culic.)
P. C. A. Antunes, Lane J.1938Um novo Aedes, Aedes (Ochlerotatus) pennai, encontrado em São Paulo
P. C. A. Antunes, Lane J.1937Um novo Culex, Culex (Carrollia) soperi, encontrado em São Paulo (Diptera, Culicidae [sic])
V. Apfelbeck1929Neue Culiciden aus Bosnien und Dalmatien
deOliveira A. Aragão, Neto, J. P. N., Cruz, A. C. R., Casseb, S. M. M., Cardoso, J. F., da Silva, S. P., Ishikawa, E. A. Y.2018Description and phylogeny of the mitochondrial genome of Sabethes chloropterus, Sabethes glaucodaemon and Sabethes belisarioi (Diptera: Culicidae)
S. Arai, Kuwata, R., Higa, Y., Maekawa, Y., Tsuda, Y., Roychoudhury, S., Bertuso, A. G., Phong, T. V., Yen, N. T., Etohó, T., Otuka, A., Matsumura, M., Nabeshima, T., Taya, K. T., Okabe, N., Kobayashi, M., Sawabe, K.2022Two hidden taxa in the Japanese encephalitis vector mosquito, Culex tritaeniorhynchus, and the potential for long-distance migration from overseas to Japan
J. H. Arnell1976Mosquito studies (Diptera, Culicidae) XXXIII. A revision of the Scapularis Group of Aedes (Ochlerotatus)
J. H. Arnell1973Mosquito studies (Diptera, Culicidae) XXXII. A revision of the genus Haemagogus
J. H. Arnell, Nielsen L. T.1972Mosquito studies (Diptera, Culicidae) XXVII. The Varipalpus Group of Aedes (Ochlerotatus)
B. Atrie, Subbarao, S. K., Pillai, M. K. K., Rao, S. R. V., Sharma, V. P.1999Population cytogenetic evidence for sibling species in Anopheles annularis (Diptera: Culicidae)
H. P. Awono-Ambene, Kengne, P., Simard, F., Antonio-Nkondjio, C., Fontenille, D.2004Description and bionomics of Anopheles (Cellia) ovengensis (Diptera: Culicidae), a new malaria vector species of the Anopheles nili group from South Cameroon
A. O. Bachmann, Casal O. H.1962Culex (Culex) lahillei una nueva especie de la Argentina (Diptera: Culicidae)
P. H. Bahr1912Filariasis and elephantiasis in Fiji: being a report to the London School of Tropical Medicine. Dysentry [sic] in Fiji during the year 1910
F. E. Baisas1947Notes on Philippine mosquitoes―XI. A new species of Tripteroides
F. E. Baisas1946Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, VIII. Species found in the jungles of Llavac
F. E. Baisas1946Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, XII. Topomyia
F. E. Baisas1946Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, IX. A new species of Zeugnomyia
F. E. Baisas1946Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, X. Some species of Aedes (Finlaya) and (Aedimorphus)
F. E. Baisas1938Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, VII. A–Culex (Culex) with banded proboscis and tarsi. B–Anopheles: the pupae of three rare species; the leucosphyrus-subgroup
F. E. Baisas1936Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, IV. The pupal and certain adult characters of some rare species of Anopheles
F. E. Baisas1935Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, II. Uranotaenia group
F. E. Baisas1935Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, V. The pupal characters of anophelines under the Myzorhynchus Series and group Neocellia, with further comments on the larvae and adults of sinensis
F. E. Baisas1935Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, I. The Armigeres group
F. E. Baisas1935Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, III. Genus Culex: groups Lophoceratomyia [sic], Mochthogenes, and Neoculex
F. E. Baisas1932The morphology of some Philippine Anopheles
F. E. Baisas, Bañez, L. F. L., Leuenberger, N.1962Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, XXII. The axil-breeding species
F. E. Baisas, Catipon R.1958Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, XX. Daytime observations in houses of two barrios in Laguna Province
F. E. Baisas, Feliciano P.1953Notes on Philippine mosquitoes, XIII. Four new species of Zeugnomyia and Topomyia
F. E. Baisas, Hu S. M. K.1936Anopheles hyrcanus var. sinensis of the Philippines and certain parts of China, with some comments on Anopheles hyrcanus var. nigerrimus of the Philippines
F. C. Baker1936A new species of Orthopodomyia, 0. alba sp. n. (Diptera, Culicidae)
M. J. Bangs, Taai, K., Howard, T. M., Cook, S., Harbach, R. E.2014The mosquito Anopheles (Cellia) oreios sp. n., formerly species 6 of the Australasian Anopheles farauti complex, and a critical review of its biology and relation to disease
C. S. Banks1914A new Philippine malaria mosquito
C. S. Banks1909Four new Culicidae from the Philippines
C. S. Banks1906A list of Philippine Culicidae with descriptions of some new species
C. S. Banks1906A new genus and species of Culicidae
N. Baranoff1927Eine neue Aëdes-Art aus Süd-Serbien (Dipt., Culic.)
J. M. S. Barata, Cotrim M. D.1971Uma nova espécie de Psorophora (Diptera, Culicidae)
A. A. Barbosa, da Silva, M. A. N., Sallum, M. A. M.2007Mansonia (Mansonia) iguassuensis sp. nov. (Diptera: Culicidae) from Brasil
A. R. Barr1957A new species of Culiseta (Diptera: Culicidae) from North America
A. R. Barr, Guptavanij P.1989Anopheles hermsi N. SP. [sic], an unrecognized American species of the Anopheles maculipennis group (Diptera: Culicidae)
A. R. Barr, Myers C. M.1962Pupae of the genus Culiseta Felt. I. The homology of larval and pupal setae (Diptera: Culicidae)
P. J. Barraud1932Anopheles aitkeni James var. n. pinjaurensis
P. J. Barraud1931Descriptions of eight new species of Indian culicine mosquitoes
P. J. Barraud1931Notes on some Indian mosquitoes of the subgenus Stegomyia, with descriptions of new species
P. J. Barraud1929A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXVI. The genera Heizmannia, Haemagogus, Topomyia, and Megarhinus
P. J. Barraud1929A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXV. The genera Mucidus, Mimomyia, Ficalbia, Rachionotomyia, and Hodgesia
P. J. Barraud1928A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXIV. The Indian species of the subgenera Skusea and Aedes, with descriptions of eight new species, and remarks on a new method for identifying the females of the subgenus Aedes
P. J. Barraud1928A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXIII. The genus Aedes (sens. lat.) and the classification of the subgenera. ...
P. J. Barraud1927A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXI. Descriptions of new species of Aedimorphus and Finlaya, and notes on Stegomyia albolineata (Theo.)


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