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June 2008 #33 Volume 1 Journal of Vector Ecology
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A geographical sampling method for surveys of mosquito larvae in an urban area using high-resolution
satellite imagery
Adriana Troyo, Douglas O. Fuller, Olger Calderón-Arguedas, and John C. Beier................................ 1

Assessment of entomological indicators of Aedes aegypti (L.) from adult and egg collections in São Paulo, Brazil
Eliane A. Fávaro, Adriano Mondini, Margareth R. Dibo, Angelita A.C. Barbosa, Álvaro E. Eiras, and
Francisco Chiaravalloti Neto............................................................................................................ 8

Effects of the El Niño - Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle on mosquito populations in southern California-
David E. Heft and William E. Walton............................................................................................... 17

Remotely-sensed land use patterns and the presence of Anopheles larvae (Diptera: Culicidae) in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia
Craig A. Stoops, Yoyo R. Gionar, Shinta, Priyanto Sismadi, Agus Rachmat, Iqbal F. Elyazar, and Supratman Sukowati..................................................................................................................... 30

Stable fly (Stomoxys calcitrans: Diptera, Muscidae) trap response to changes in effective trap height caused by growing vegetation
D. V. Beresford and J.Sutcliffe.......................................................................................................40

Association of immature mosquitoes and predatory insects in urban rain pools
Sylvia Fischer and Nicolas Schweigmann........................................................................................ 46

Environmental factors associated with the distribution of Anopheles arabiensis and Culex quinquefasciatus in a rice agro-ecosystem in Mwea, Kenya
Ephantus J. Muturi, Joseph Mwangangi, Josephat Shililu, Benjamin G. Jacob, Charles Mbogo, John Githure, and Robert J. Novak........................................................................................................ 56

Rapid introduction of Lyme disease spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto, in Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) established at Turkey Point Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada
John D. Scott, Min-Kuang Lee, Keerthi Fernando, Danielle R. Jorgensen, Lance A. Durden, and Muhammad G. Morshed..............................................................................................................64

Year to year and seasonal variations in vector bionomics and malaria transmission in a humid savannah village in west Burkina Faso
K.R. Dabiré, A. Diabaté, L. Paré-Toé, J. Rouamba, A. Ouari, D. Fontenille, and T. Baldet............. 70

Seasonal profiles of Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) larval habitats in an urban area of Costa Rica with a history of mosquito control
Adriana Troyo, Olger Calderón-Arguedas, Douglas O. Fuller, Mayra E. Solano, Adrian Avendaño,
Kristopher L. Arheart, Dave D. Chadee, and John C. Beier............................................................. 76

Impact of climate variation on mosquito abundance in California
William K. Reisen, Daniel Cayan, Mary Tyree, Christopher M. Barker, Bruce Eldridge, and Michael
Dettinger.............................................................................................................................89

♦ Anopheles lindesayi japonicus Yamada (Diptera: Culicidae) in Korea: comprehensive review, new collection
records, and description of larval habitats
William J. Sames, Heung Chul Kim, Sung Tae Chong, Bruce A. Harrison, Won- Ja Lee, Leopoldo M. Rueda, and Terry A. Klein...................................................................................99

Abundance of immature Anopheles and culicines (Diptera: Culicidae) in different water body types in the urban environment of Malindi, Kenya
Daniel E. Impoinvil, Joseph Keating, Charles M. Mbogo, Matthew D. Potts, Rinku Roy Chowdhury, and
John C. Beier.......................................................................................................................107

Indicators for elevated risk of human exposure to host-seeking adults of the Rocky Mountain wood tick
(Dermacentor andersoni) in Colorado
Lars Eisen, Luis A. Ibarra-Juarez, Rebecca J. Eisen, and Joseph Piesman.................................... 117

Contribution of different aquatic habitats to adult Anopheles arabiensis and Culex quinquefasciatus (Diptera: Culicidae) production in a rice agroecosystem in Mwea, Kenya
Joseph M. Mwangangi, Ephantus J. Muturi, Josephat Shililu, Simon M. Muriu, Benjamin Jacob, Ephantus W. Kabiru, Charles M. Mbogo, John Githure, and Robert Novak.................................129

Community-based use of the larvivorous fish Poecilia reticulata to control the dengue vector Aedes aegypti in domestic water storage containers in rural Cambodia
Chang Moh Seng, To Setha, Joshua Nealon, Doung Socheat, Ngan Chantha, and
Michael B. Nathan........................................................................................................................ 139

Responses of Anopheles gambiae, Anopheles stephensi, Aedes aegypti, and Culex pipiens mosquitoes(Diptera: Culicidae) to cool and humid refugium conditions
Sébastien Kessler and Patrick M. Guerin....................................................................................145

Comparison of mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) populations by wetland type and year in the lower River
Dalälven region, Central Sweden M. L. Schäfer, J. O. Lundström,Petersson...................150

Genetic structure and gene flow of Anopheles minimus and Anopheles harrisoni in KanchanaburiProvince, Thailand
Pisit Poolprasert, Sylvie Manguin, Michael J. Bangs, Suprada Sukhontabhirom, Suppaluck Poolsomboon, Pongthep Akaratanakul, and Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap..............................158

Colonization of abandoned swimming pools by larval mosquitoes and their predators followingHurricane Katrina
Kevin A. Caillouët, John C. Carlson, Dawn Wesson, and Frank Jordan....................................... 166

Relative Wolbachia density of field-collected Aedes albopictus mosquitoes in Thailand
Arunee Ahantarig, Wachareeporn Trinachartvanit, and Pattamaporn Kittayapong..................... 173

Geographic variation in rodent-flea relationships in the presence of black-tailed prairie dog colonies
Bala Thiagarajan, Jack F. Cully Jr., Thomas M. Loughin, John A. Montenieri, and Kenneth L. Gage... 178

Characterization of aquatic mosquito habitat, natural enemies, and immature mosquitoes in the Artibonite Valley, Haiti
Kevin A. Caillouët, Joseph Keating, and Thomas P. Eisele............................................................. 191

Tires as larval habitats for mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) in southern Manitoba, Canada
T.J. Scott McMahon, Terry D. Galloway, and Robert A. Anderson............................................... 198

Serological evidence of typhus group rickettsia in a homeless population in Houston, Texas
Will K. Reeves, Kristy O. Murray, Tamra E. Meyer, Lara M. Bull, Rhia F. Pascua, Kelly C. Holmes, and Amanda D. Loftis..................................................................................................................... 205

Scientific Notes


Oviposition habitat selection by a mosquito in response to a predator: Are predator-released kairomones air-borne cues?
Alon Silberbush and Leon Blaustein...............................................................................................208

Evaluation of Culex pipiens larvae control by cyclopoid copepods in an urban cemetery of Montevideo,
UruguayMaite Pons, Karina Sans, Mónica Gómez, and Danilo Calliari....................................212

Larval collection records of Culex species (Diptera: Culicidae) with an emphasis on Japanese encephalitis vectors in rice fields in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia
Craig A. Stoops, Yoyo R. Gionar, Shinta, Priyanto Sismadi, Saptoro Rusmiarto, Dwiko Susapto, Agus
Rachmat, Iqbal F. Elyazar, and Supratman Sukowati....................................................................216