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4 Possible Causes for (Doleschall,, 1857), Toxorhynchites, amboinensis

  • Bacillus Thuringiensis

    ., Phormia regina, Sabethes cyaneus, Sarcophaga bullata, Scatophaga stercorarla, Stomaxys calcitrans, Toxorhynchites amboinensis, Tripteroides bambusa; Acari, e.g., Oligonychus[google.com] […] subspecies aizawai Stamm ABTS-1857 30.04.2020 Quellenangabe: BUNDESAMT FÜR VERBRAUCHERSCHUTZ UND LEBENSMITTELSICHERHEIT (BVL) 2019.[raiffeisen.com] ., Phormia regina, Sabethes cyaneus, Sarcophaga bullata, Scatophaga stercorarIa, Stomaxys calcitrans, Toxorhynchites amboinensis, Tripteroides bambusa; Acari, e.g., Oligonychus[google.com] ., Phormia regina, Sabethes cyaneus, Sarcophaga bullata, Scatophaga stercorarla, Stomaxys calcitrans, Toxorhynchites amboinensis, Tripteroides bambusa; Acari, e.g., Oligonychus[google.com]

    Missing: (Doleschall
  • Bed Bug Infestation

    Potential for insect transmission of HIV: experimental exposure of Cimex hemipterus and Toxorhynchites amboinensis to human immunodeficiency virus . J. Infect.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] radiata) (echinoderms, cnidaria and other forms). [145] This division into four was followed by the embryologist Karl Ernst von Baer in 1828, the zoologist Louis Agassiz in 1857[en.wikipedia.org] Potential for insect transmission of HIV: experimental exposure of Cimex hemipterus and Toxorhynchites amboinensis to human immunodeficiency virus . J. Infect.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: (Doleschall
  • St. Louis Encephalitis

    Aedes dorsalis, Cx. peus, and Toxorhynchites amboinensis were equally sensitive hosts for viral isolation when inoculated with suspensions of larvae transovarially infected[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Aedes dorsalis, Cx. peus, and Toxorhynchites amboinensis were equally sensitive hosts for viral isolation when inoculated with suspensions of larvae transovarially infected[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: (Doleschall 1857)
  • Dengue Fever

    […] strict safety precautions are maintained, the chance of laboratory infections increases, although this risk can be eliminated by using male Aedes mosquitoes or nonbiting Toxorhynchites[cmr.asm.org] Aedes albopictus ( 28 , 50 ) and Toxorhynchites spendens ( 97 ) have been shown to be useful for dengue virus recovery.[doi.org] Four mosquito species have been used for virus isolation, A. aegypti , A. albopictus , Toxorhynchities amboinensis , and T. splendens .[cmr.asm.org]

    Missing: (Doleschall 1857)