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Volume 29, Issue 2, December 2004 Journal of Vector Ecology
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Landscape associations of the sand fly, Lutzomyia (Heleocyrtomyia) apache (Diptera: Psychodidae),
in the southwestern United States: a geographic information system analysis
M. V. Herrero, W. E. Yarnell, and E. T. Schmidtmann .............................................................. 205


♦ Field efficacy of deltamethrin for rodent flea control in San Bernardino County, California, U.S.A.
Lal S. Mian, James C. Hitchcock, Minoo B. Madon, and Charles M. Myers .................................... 212


♦ Combination of Mesocyclops thermocyclopoides and Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis: A
better approach for the control of Aedes aegypti larvae in water containers
U-ruyakorn Chansang, Amaret Bhumiratana, and Pattamaporn Kittayapong ................................ 218


♦ Reduced variation among northern deer tick populations at an autosomal microsatellite locus
Benjamin M. Rosenthal and Andrew Spielman ............................................................................. 227


♦ Rodent-flea-plague relationships at the higher elevations of San Diego County, California
James D. Lang............................................................................................................................... 236


♦ Testing hypotheses on egg number and size in black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae)
Björn Malmqvist, Peter H. Adler, and Darius Strasevicius ........................................................... 248

♦ Seasonal dynamics of the Anopheles maculipennis complex in Osijek, Croatia
Enrih Merdic and Ivana Boca ...................................................................................................... 257


♦ Vectors and malaria transmission in a gem mining area in Sri Lanka
A.M.G.M. Yapabandara and C.F. Curtis .................................................................................... 264


♦ Effects of interspecific competition, predation, and their interaction on survival and development
time of immature Anopheles quadrimaculatus
Tiffany M. Knight, Jonathan M. Chase, Charles W. Goss, and Jennifer J. Knight .......................... 277


♦ Evaluation of various attributes of gravid female traps for collection of Culex in Florida
Sandra A. Allan and Dan Kline ...................................................................................................... 285


♦ The roles of birds, lizards, and rodents as hosts for the western black-legged tick Ixodes pacificus
Lars Eisen, Rebecca J. Eisen, and Robert S. Lane ......................................................................... 295


♦ The relative attractiveness of carbon dioxide and octenol in CDC- and EVS-type light traps for
sampling the mosquitoes Aedes aegypti (L.), Aedes polynesiensis Marks, and Culex
quinquefasciatus Say in Moorea, French Polynesia
Richard C. Russell ........................................................................................................................ 309


♦ Larval feeding behavior of three co-occurring species of container mosquitoes
Donald A. Yee, Banugopan Kesavaraju, and Steven A. Juliano ................................................... 315


♦ Observations on the seasonal prevalence and vertical distribution patterns of oviposition by Aedes
aegypti (L.) (Diptera: Culicidae) in urban high-rise apartments in Trinidad, West Indies
Dave D. Chadee .......................................................................................................................... 323


♦ Ecological limitations on aquatic mosquito predator colonization in the urban environment
John Carlson, Joseph Keating, Charles M. Mbogo, Samuel Kahindi, and John C. Beier .............331


♦ Potential of crude seed extract of celery, Apium graveolens L., against the mosquito Aedes
aegypti (L.) (Diptera: Culicidae)
Wej Choochote, Benjawan Tuetun, Duangta Kanjanapothi1, Eumporn Rattanachanpichai,
Udom Chaithong, Prasong Chaiwong, Atchariya Jitpakdi, Pongsri Tippawangkosol, Doungrat
Riyong,
and Benjawan Pitasawat.............................................................................................................. 340


♦ Variation in body size in the tick complex Rhipicephalus appendiculatus/Rhipicephalus zambeziensis
N. Speybroeck, M. Madder, H.H. Thulke, J. Mtambo, L. Tirry, G. Chaka, T. Marcotty, and
D. Berkvens ................................................................................................................................ 347


♦ Epizootiology of arenaviral infections in the white-throated woodrat (Muridae: Sigmodontinae) and
other woodrats in Arizona
Ken D. Abbott, Mary L. Milazzo, Josh Keith, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst ........... 355


♦ Culex mosquitoes in temporary urban rain pools: Seasonal dynamics and relation to environmental
variables
Sylvia Fischer and Nicolás Schweigmann .................................................................................... 365


Scientific Notes


♦ A modified tire ovitrap for monitoring Aedes albopictus in the field
Carlos J. Pena, Guillermo Gonzalvez, and Dave D. Chadee ......................................................... 374


♦ Effect of habitat characteristics on the distribution and behavior of Aedes albopictus
Waseem Akram and Jong-Jin Lee ............................................................................................... 379


♦ Selected literature references to vector ecology - April-September 2004
Marc J. Klowden ......................................................................................................................... 383