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December 2006 Volume #31 Issue 2 Journal of Vector Ecology
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Submitted Papers

♦ Infection of a goat with a tick-transmitted Ehrlichia from Georgia, U.S.A., that is closely related to Ehrlichia ruminantium Amanda D. Loftis, Will K. Reeves, John P. Spurlock, Suman M. Mahan, Danielle R. Troughton, Gregory A. Dasch, and Michael L. Levin ...............................................213

♦ Factors influencing the distribution of questing ticks and the prevalence estimation of T. parva infection in brown ear ticks in the Tanga region, Tanzania E.S. Swai, E.D. Karimuribo, E.A. Rugaimukamu, and D.M. Kambarage ............................................. 224

♦ A comparison of the intraspecific variability of Phlebotomus sergenti Parrot, 1917 (Diptera: Psychodidae) V. Dvorak, A. M. Aytekin, B. Alten, S. Skarupova, J. Votypka, and P. Volf .......................................... 229

♦ Biometrical analysis of the common tick, Ixodes ricinus, in the Ślęża Massif (Lower Silesia, Poland) Dorota Kiewra and Maciej Sobczyñski ........................................................................................ 239

♦ Dynamics of immature stages of Anopheles arabiensis and other mosquito species (Diptera: Culicidae) in relation to rice cropping in a rice agro-ecosystem in Kenya Joseph Mwangangi, Josephat Shililu, Ephantus Muturi, Weidong Gu, Charles Mbogo, Ephantus Kabiru, Benjamin Jacob, John Githure, and Robert Novak ................................................. 245

♦ Trophic behavior and biting activity of the two sibling species of the Anopheles minimus complex in western Thailand Sungsit Sungvornyothin, Vithee Muenvorn, Claire Garros, Sylvie Manguin, Atchariya Prabaripai, Michael J. Bangs, and Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap ............................................. 252

♦ Response of Tabanidae (Diptera) to different natural attractants Stjepan Krčmar, Alma Mikuska, and Enrih Merdić ............................................................................ 262

♦ Susceptibility and avoidance behavior by Culex quinquefasciatus Say to three classes of residual insecticides Sunaiyana Sathantriphop, Chitapa Ketavan, Atchariya Prabaripai, Suraphon Visetson, Michael J. Bangs, Pongthep Akratanakul, and Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap ......................... 266

♦ Geographic differentiation of life table attributes among Anopheles sacharovi (Diptera: Culicidae) populations in Turkey Hatice Yurttas and Bulent Alten .............................................................. 275

♦ Physiological state of Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti mosquitoes captured with MosquiTRAPstm in Mirassol, São Paulo, Brazil Eliane A. Fávaro, Margareth R. Dibo, Adriano Mondini, Aline C. Ferreira, Angelita A.C. Barbosa, Álvaro E. Eiras, Eudina A.M.F. Barata, and Francisco Chiaravalloti-Neto ......................................... 285

♦ Analysis of the potential for survival and seasonal activity of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in the United Kingdom Jolyon M. Medlock, David Avenell, Iain Barrass, and Steve Leach ...................................................... 292

♦ Effects of dairy wastewater on mosquitoes in Southern California Lal S. Mian ............................................................................................................................................. 305

♦ The effect of host type on movement patterns of Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) into and out of experimental huts in Thailand Wannapa Suwonkerd, Piti Mongkalangoon, Atchariya Parbaripai, John Grieco, Nicole Achee, Donald Roberts, and Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap .............................. 311

♦ Urban agricultural land use and characterization of mosquito larval habitats in a medium-sized town of Côte d’Ivoire Barbara Matthys, Eliézer K. N’Goran, Moussa Koné, Benjamin G. Koudou,Penelope Vounatsou, Guéladio Cissé, Andres B. Tschannen, Marcel Tanner, and Jürg Utzinger.......................................... 319

♦ Factors affecting mosquito production from stormwater drains and catch basins in two Florida cities Jorge R. Rey, George F. O’Meara, Sheila M. O’Connell, and Michele M. Cutwa-Francis ............ 334

♦ Parasitoid-induced behavioral alterations of Aedes aegypti mosquito larvae infected with mermithid nematodes (Nematoda: Mermithidae) Megan R. Wise de Valdez ............................................... 344

♦ Abundance patterns of two Oropsylla (Ceratophyllidae: Siphonaptera) species on black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) hosts R. Jory Brinkerhoff, Amelia B. Markeson, Jason H. Knouft, Kenneth L. Gage, and John A. Montenieri............................................................................... 355

♦ Assessing peridomestic entomological factors as predictors for Lyme disease Neeta P. Connally, Howard S. Ginsberg, and Thomas N. Mather ........................................................ 364

♦ Differences in performance of Aedes aegypti larvae raised at different densities in tires and ovitraps under field conditions in Argentina Arnaldo Maciá .................................................................. 371

♦ Comparative demography of the sand fly Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) at constant temperatures Ozge Erisoz Kasap and Bulent Alten ................................................................... 378

♦ Serologic survey of Eptesicus fuscus from Georgia, U.S.A. for Rickettsia and Borrelia and laboratory transmission of a Rickettsia by bat ticks Will K. Reeves, Daniel G. Streicker, Amanda D. Loftis, and Gregory A. Dasch.................................. 386

♦ Aedes aegypti survival and dengue transmission patterns in French Guiana Florence Fouque, Romuald Carinci, Pascal Gaborit, Jean Issaly, Dominique J. Bicout, and Philippe Sabatier ............................................................................................................................ 390

♦ Influence of soil quality in the larval habitat on development of Anopheles gambiae Giles O. Pfaehler, D.O. Oulo, L.C. Gouagna, J. Githure, and P.M. Guerin ................................................... 400

♦ Morphology and electrophoretic protein profiles of female salivary glands in four Oriental black fly species (Diptera: Simuliidae) Narissara Jariyapan, Hiroyuki Takaoka, Wej Choochote, Yong Poovorawan, Yasushi Otsuka, Atchariya Jitpakdi, and Anuluck Junkum ................................. 406

♦ Response of nymphal Ixodes scapularis, the primary tick vector of Lyme disease spirochetes in North America, to barriers derived from wood products or related home and garden items Joseph Piesman................................................................................................................................... 412

Scientific Notes

♦ The peridomiciliar sand fly fauna (Diptera: Psychodidae) in areas of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Além Paraíba, Minas Gerais, Brazil Reginaldo P. Brazil, Wagner Lança Passos, Andressa A. Fuzari, Alda L. Falcão, and José Dilermando Andrade Filho........................................................................................................... 418

♦ New records of immature Ixodes scapularis from Mississippi Jerome Goddard and Joseph Piesman................................................................................................... 421

♦ Seasonal variation in susceptibility to West Nile virus infection in Culex pipiens pipiens (L.) (Diptera: Culicidae) from San Joaquin County, California Rajeev Vaidyanathan and Thomas W. Scott...........................................................................................423

Correction A printing error in JVE 31 (1): 58-64 eliminated some characters in the article. The corrected version appears here.

♦ The status and seasonal changes of organophosphate and pyrethroid resistance in Turkish populations of the house fly, Musca domestica L. (Diptera: Muscidae) M. M. Akiner and S. S. Çağlar .............................................................................................................. 426