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Volume 33 December 2008 #2 Journal of Vector Ecology

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Chester G. Moore..............................................................................................................218
Interdisciplinary research in the ecology of vector-borne diseases: Opportunities and needs

Rodrigo Dutra Nunes, Ricardo Lourenço de Oliveira, and Glória Regina Cardoso .............225
A novel method for measuring fructose ingestion by mosquitoes

Bruce A. Harrison, Wendy Varnado, Parker B. Whitt, and Jerome Goddard....................232
New diagnostic characters for females of Psorophora (Janthinosoma) species in the United States, with notes on Psorophora mexicana (Bellardi) (Diptera: Culicidae)

Jennifer S. Armistead, Naoya Nishimura, Richard L. Escher, and L. Philip Lounibos..............238
Larval competition between Aedes japonicus and Aedes atropalpus (Diptera: Culicidae) in simulated rock pools

D. V. Beresford and J. F. Sutcliffe............................................................................................247
Male stable fly (Stomoxys calcitrans) response to CO2 changes with age: evidence from wind tunnel experiments and field collections

Kofi Adasi and Janet Hemingway............................................................................................255
Susceptibility to three pyrethroids and detection of knockdown resistance mutation in Ghanaian Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto

Douglas J. McCauley, Felicia Keesing, Truman Young, and Katharina Dittmar.....................263
Effects of the removal of large herbivores on fleas of small mammals

Jan Votýpka, Veronika Šeblová, and Jana Rádrová...............................................................269
Spread of the West Nile virus vector Culex modestus and the potential malaria vector Anopheles hyrcanus in central Europe

Richard M. Davis, Erika Cleugh, Randall T. Smith, and Curtis L. Fritz................................278
Use of a chitin synthesis inhibitor to control fleas on wild rodents important in the maintenance of plague, Yersinia pestis, in California

Suppaluck Polsomboon, Pisit Poolprasert, Wannapa Suwonkerd, Michael J. Bangs, Somchai Tanasinchayakul, Pongthep Akratanakul, and Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap..........................285
Biting patterns of Anopheles minimus complex (Diptera: Culicidae) in experimental huts treated with DDT anddeltamethrin

David J. Tonjes......................................................................................................................293
Estimates of worst case baseline West Nile virus disease effects in a suburban New York county

Atirach Noosidum, Atchariya Prabaripai, Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap..........................305
Excito-repellency properties of essential oils from Melaleuca leucadendron L., Litsea cubeba (Lour.) Persoon, and Litsea salicifolia (Nees) on Aedes aegypti (L.) mosquitoes

Jinrapa Pothikasikorn, Michael J. Bangs, Rapee Boonplueang, and Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap.......313
Susceptibility of various mosquitoes of Thailand to nocturnal subperiodic Wuchereria bancrofti

C. Brandon Ogbunugafor and Leunita Sumba.........................................................................321
Behavioral evidence for the existence of a region-specific oviposition cue in Anopheles gambiae s.s.

J. F. Carroll, J. M. Pound, J. A. Miller, and M. Kramer.........................................................325
Reduced interference by gray squirrels with 4-poster deer treatment bait stations by using timed-release bait

Chang Moh Seng, To Setha, Joshua Nealon, Ngan Chantha, Doung Socheat, and Michael B. Nathan.............333
The effect of long-lasting insecticidal water container covers on field populations of Aedes aegypti (L.) mosquitoes in Cambodia

A. Townsend Peterson, Amber Robbins, Robert Restifo, James Howell, and Roger Nasci................................342
Predictable ecology and geography of West Nile virus transmission in the central United States

Christina Morway, Michael Kosoy, Rebecca Eisen, John Montenieri, Kelly Sheff, Pamela J. Reynolds, and Nelson Powers........................................................................................................353
A longitudinal study of Bartonella infection in populations of woodrats and their fleas

Alma Mikuska, Stjepan Krčmar, and József Mikuska.............................................................365
Horse flies (Tabanidae) of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Monica L. O’Guinn, Terry A. Klein, John S. Lee, Heung-Chul Kim, Luck-Ju Baek, Sung-Tae Chong, Michael J. Turell, Douglas A.Burkett, Anthony Schuster, In-Yong Lee, Suk-Hee Yi, William J. Sames, Ki-Joon Song, and Jin-Won Song.....................................................................................370
Ecological surveillance of small mammals at Firing Points 10 and 60, Gyeonggi Province, Republic of Korea, 2001-2005


Scientific Notes
A. Žákovská, K. Vostal, and H.Martiníková...........................................................................385
A longitudinal study of the prevalence of borreliae in ticks in the urban locality of Brno - Pisárky, Czech Republic

Jeronimo Alencar, Nicolas Dégallier, Alexis Hannart, Júlia dos Santos Silva, Juliana Barreto Pacheco, and Anthony Érico Guimarães......................................................................................389
Circadian and seasonal preferences for hematophagy among Haemagogus capricornii, Hg. janthinomys, and Hg.leucocelaenus (Diptera: Culicidae) in different regions of Brazil

Andrew D. Haddow, Greg Curler, and John K. Moulton.......................................................393
New records of Lutzomyia shannoni and Lutzomyia vexator (Diptera: Psychodidae) in eastern Tennessee

Leopoldo M. Rueda, James E. Pecor, Robert G. Lowen, and Mark Carder...........................397
New record and updated checklists of the mosquitoes of Afghanistan and Iraq