Anopheles kompi Edwards, 1930

NEOTROPICAL REGION

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Etymology:  William H. Wood Komp

Type locality: Almirante, Panama

Type depository: U.S. National Museum, Washington, D.C., United States (USNM)

TAXONOMIC KEYS

Deane, L.M. et al. 1946 (F*; NE Brazil & Amazonas)

Causey et al. 1946 (M*; NE Brazil & Amazonas)

Deane, M.P. et al. 1946 (L*; NE Brazil & Amazonas)

 

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Exemplar DNA sequences

Anopheles kompi COI: JF923715, MF537257

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DISTRIBUTION NOTES

Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, French Guiana, Panama, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela.

 

IMPORTANT REFERENCES

Edwards 1930a: 288 (M; as nimbus variety).

Senevet 1934: 39 (P*)

Komp 1942: 48 (F*), 86 (L*), 134 (M*)

Deane, L.M. et al. 1946 (F*; key, bionomics; NE Brazil & Amazonas)

Causey et al. 1946 (M*; key; NE Brazil & Amazonas)

Deane, M.P. et al. 1946 (L*; key, bionomics; NE Brazil & Amazonas)

Lane 1953: 152 (M*, F, P*, L*, E*)

Kitzmiller et al. 1976: 483 (chromosomes)

 

CURRENT SYNONYMS

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CURRENT SUBSPECIES

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CITED REFERENCES

Causey, O.R., Deane, L.M., & Deane, M.P. (1946). II. An illustrated key by male genitalic characteristics for the identification of thirty-four species of Anophelini from the northeast and Amazon regions of Brazil, with a note on dissection technique. American Journal of Hygiene Monograph Series, 18, 21–31.

Deane, L.M., Causey, O.R., & Deane, M.P. (1946). I. An illustrated key by adult female characteristics for the identification of thirty-five species of Anophelini, with notes on the malaria vectors (Diptera, Culicidae). In Studies on Brazilian anophelines from the northeast and Amazon regions (pp. 1–18). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Deane, M.P., Causey, O.R., & Deane, L.M. (1946). III. An illustrated key by larval characteristics for the identification of thirty-two species of Anophelini, with descriptions of two larvae. In Studies on Brazilian anophelines from the northeast and Amazon regions (pp. 33–50). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Edwards, F.W. (1930a). Mosquito notes. IX. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 21(3), 287–306.

Kitzmiller, J.B., Kreutzer, R.D., & Rabbani, M.G. (1976). Cytotaxonomy and salivary gland chromosomes of Anopheles (Stethomyia) kompi. Mosquito News, 36(4), 483–487.

Komp, W.H.W. (1942). The anopheline mosquitoes of the Caribbean Region. National Institute of Health Bulletin, 179. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office.

Lane, J. (1953). Neotropical Culicidae (Vols. I–II). São Paulo, Brazil: University of São Paulo.

Senevet, G. (1934). Contribution a l’étude des nymphes d’anophelines (4e Memoire). Archives de l’Institut Pasteur d’Algérie, 12(1), 29–76.

 

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