Temperature influence on embryonic development of Anopheles albitarsis and Anopheles aquasalis

  • Gonçalvez De Carvalho S
  • De Jesus Martins A
  • Pereira Lima J
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Temperature influence on the embryonic development of Anopheles aquasalis and An. albitarsis was investigated. At 26 degrees C, 75% and 60% of respectively An. aquasalis and An. albitarsis eggs hatched, with one peak of eclosion, between the 2nd and 3rd day after oviposition. At 20 +/- 2 degrees C, around 66-70% of An. aquasalis eggs hatched, with one eclosion peak, on the 5th day. On the other hand, An. albitarsis eclosion at 21+/- 2 degrees C decreased to 10-22%, with two eclosion peaks, on the 4th-5th day and on the 9th-12th day. These data indicate a stronger temperature influence over An.albitarsis than over An. aquasalis embryos.

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  • Anopheles albitarsis
  • Anopheles aquasalis
  • Anopheles rearing
  • Embryonic development
  • Malaria vector
  • Temperature influence

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  • Sabrina Cardozo Gonçalvez De Carvalho

  • Ademir De Jesus Martins

  • José Bento Pereira Lima

  • Denise Valle

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