Anopheles (Cel.) sergentii


  • (Theobald)
  • 1907:68 (F*; Pyretophorus)
  • Algeria (BM)


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Algeria, Egypt, Greece, Iran, Iraq, Israel (and Gaza Strip & West Bank), Italy, Jordan, Morocco, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia


  • barkhuusi Giaquinto-Mira
    • 1950:294 (L; macmahoni var.).
    • Type-loc: Valley of Becilo, Ethiopia (NE)


Larvae occur in oases and irrigated areas in many types of water, shaded and unshaded, with and without vegetation. Females enter houses and readily bite man (Gillies and deMeillon 1968).

Medical Importance

Primary malaria vector (Gillies and deMeillon 1968).


Adult Stage, detail images:

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Adult Stage, illustrations:

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