Anopheles (Ano.) campestris




Cambodia, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam


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Deep-water habitats with some vegetation and some light shade from trees. Habitats include the corners of rice fields, stagnant ditches between rows of coconut palms and earth wells. Adults strongly anthropophagous and bite more indoors than out (Reid 1968).

Medical Importance

Vector of malaria and filariasis (Reid 1968).

Culicidae » Anophelinae » Anopheles » Anopheles
habitus image

Photo credit: J. Stoffer, WRBU.

Additional References


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