Aedes (Fin.) togoi



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Cambodia, Canada, China, Japan, Korea, South, Malaysia, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, United States, contiguous lower 48


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Larvae are common in coastal regions. Larvae usually occur in tidal pools or rock pools of salt and brackish water, also occasionally in containers with fresh water. Females readily bite man throughout the day (Tanaka, Mizusawa and Saugstad 1979).

Medical Importance

Possible vector of Brugia malayi, Wuchereria bancrofti, Dirofilaria immitis and Japanese encephalitis (Tanaka, Mizusawa and Saugstad 1979).

Culicidae » Culicinae » Aedini » Tanakaius
habitus image

Photo credit: J. Stoffer, WRBU.

Additional References


Adult Stage, detail images:

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Adult Stage, illustrations:

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