Anopheles lindesayi Giles, 1900

INDOMALAYAN & PALEARCTIC REGIONS

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Etymology: Victor Lindesay

Type locality: Bakloh (7,000 ft) [Punjab Hill States, India]

Type depository: Natural History Museum, London, England, United Kingdom (NHMUK)

TAXONOMIC KEYS

Nguyen Thuong Hien 1968

Darsie & Pradhan 1990

Rattanarithikul et al. 2006b

WRBU LUCID KEYS

 

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WRBU - Genera - Global - Adult

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WRBU - Genera - Global - Larva

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WRBU - Genera - Eastern Palearctic - Adult

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WRBU - Genera - Eastern Palearctic - Larva

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WRBU - Genera - Oriental - Adult

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WRBU - Genera - Oriental - Larva

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WRBU - Anopheles Subgenera and Series - Oriental - Adult

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WRBU - Anopheles Subgenera and Series - Oriental - Larva

Exemplar DNA sequences

All Anopheles lindesayi  DNA sequences

 

DISTRIBUTION NOTES

Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Japan, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, People’s Republic of China, South Korea, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Vietnam.

 

IMPORTANT REFERENCES

Giles 1900a: 166 (A*; as lindesaii)

Christophers 1933: 123 (M*, F*, P, L*, E; taxonomy)

Reid & Knight 1961: 477 (P*)

Nguyen Thuong Hien 1968 (F*, L*; keys, taxonomy, bionomics, distribution; Vietnam)

Reid 1968: 208 (M*, F*, L*, E*)

Aslamkhan 1971b (distribution; Pakistan)

Gutsevich et al. 1974: 102 (M*, F, L*)

Darsie & Pradhan 1990 (F, L; taxonomy, keys, bionomics, distribution; Nepal)

Glick 1992: 129 (distribution)

Oo et al. 2004 (distribution; Myanmar)

Rattanarithikul et al. 2006b (F*, L*; bionomics, distribution, keys)

Qu & Zhu 2008 (distribution; People’s Republic of China)

Namgay et al. 2018 (bionomics, distribution; Bhutan)

 

CURRENT SYNONYMS

syn. maculata Theobald 1910a: 1 (F; as variety, not Theobald 1901a). Type locality: Kurseong, Darjeeling District [West Bengal], E Himalayas, India (IM).

 

CURRENT SUBSPECIES

ssp. japonicus Yamada 

1918: 689 (F*; as sp.). Type locality: [Kanayama], Hokkaido [and Mount Myogi], Japan (IID). Distribution: Japan, People’s Republic of China, South Korea. References: LaCasse & Yamaguti 1950: 17 (M*, F*, P*, L*; bion., distr., tax.); Tajima 1952: 90 (E*); Hara 1957: 48 (F*); Hara 1957 (F*); Ohmori 1959: 222 (P*); Hara 1959 (F*); Tanaka et al. 1979: 61 (M*, F*, P, L*). Etymology: Japan.

ssp. pleccau Koidzumi 

1924: 97 (A, L; as sp.). Type locality: Musha, Formosa [Taiwan, Republic of China] (LU; syntype in NHMUK). Distribution: People’s Republic of China, Taiwan. References: Puri 1949: 485 (to ssp.). Etymology: pleccau, word for mosquito in Takasago language, Japan. 

ssp. cameronensis Edwards 

1929c: 323 (A; as var.). Type locality: Cameron’s Highlands, Malay Peninsula [Malaysia] (NHMUK). Distribution: Malaysia, Thailand. References: Puri 1949: 485 (to ssp.); Bonne-Wepster & Swellengrebel 1953: 126 (M*, F*, L*); Reid 1968: 208 (M*, F*, P*, L*; tax.); Harrison et al. 1991: 196 (tax.; Thailand); Rattanarithikul et al. 2010 (F*, L*; bion., distr., keys). Etymology: Cameron’s Highlands, Malaysia.

ssp. benguetensis King 

1931: 753 (M*, F*, L*; as var.). Type locality: Baguio, Benguet Subprovince, Luzon, Philippines (USNM). Distribution: Philippines. Refs.: Puri 1949: 485 (to ssp.); Cagampang-Ramos & Darsie 1970 (F*, L*; keys); Wanson & Berteaux 1954: 33 (L*; as mortiauxi); Basio 1971b: 36 (M*, F*; bion.). Etymology: Baguio, Benguet Subprov., Luzon, Philippines. 

 

CITED REFERENCES

Aslamkhan, M. (1971b). The mosquitoes of Pakistan. I. A checklist. Mosquito Systematics, 3(4), 147–159.

Basio, R.G. (1971b). The Mosquito Fauna of the Philippines (Diptera Culicidae). Monograph No. 4). Manila, Philippines: National Museum of the Philippines.

Bonne-Wepster, J., & Swellengrebel, N.H. (1953). The anopheline mosquitoes of the Indo-Australian Region. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: de Bussy.

Cagampang-Ramos, A., & Darsie, R.F., Jr. (1970). Illustrated keys to the Anopheles mosquitoes of the Philippine Islands. US Air Force 5th Epidemiology Flight, PACAF, Technical Report 70-1, 1–49.

Christophers, S.R. (1933). The fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma. Diptera. Vol. IV. Family Culicidae. Tribe Anophelini. London, England: Taylor and Francis.

Darsie, R.F., Jr., & Pradhan, S.P. (1990). The mosquitoes of Nepal: Their identification, distribution and biology. Mosquito Systematics, 22(2), 69–130.

Edwards, F.W. (1929c). Mosquito notes. VIII. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 20(3), 321–343.

Giles, G.M. (1900a). A handbook of the gnats or mosquitoes, giving the anatomy and life history of the Culicidae. London, England: Bale, Sons and Danielsson.

Glick, J.I. (1992). Illustrated key to the female Anopheles of southwestern Asia and Egypt (Diptera: Culicidae). Mosquito Systematics, 24(2), 125–153.

Gutsevich, A.V. (1974). On the identification of mosquito females (Culicidae) by microscopic preparations of the head. IV. Key to species of the genus Aedes. Parazitologiya (St. Petersburg), 8(4), 329–335.

Hara, J. (1957). Studies on the female terminalia of Japanese mosquitoes. Japanese Journal of Experimental Medicine, 27, 45–91.

Hara, J. (1959). Taxonomical notes on the female terminalia of some anopheline mosquitoes of Japan and Formosa. Part 12. Taxonomic and ecological studies on mosquitoes of Japan. Japanese Journal of Experimental Medicine, 29(2), 107–119.

Harrison, B.A., Rattanarithikul, R., Peyton, EL, & Mongkolpanya, K. (1991). Taxonomic changes, revised occurrence records and notes on the Culicidae of Thailand and neighboring countries. Mosquito Systematics, 22(for 1990)(3), 196–227.

King, W.V. (1931). The Philippine varieties of Anopheles gigas and Anopheles lindesayi. Philippine Journal of Science, 46(4), 751–757.

Koidzumi, M. (1924). The anophelines of Formosa. In A.S. Hoops & J.W. Scharff (Eds.), Far Eastern Association of Tropical Medicine—Transactions of the Fifth Biennial Congress held at Singapore, 1924 (pp. 96–101). London, England: Bale, Sons and Danielsson.

La Casse, W.J., & Yamaguti, S. (1950). Mosquito fauna of Japan and Korea. Kyoto, Japan: Office of the Surgeon, Headquarters 8th Army, US Army.

Namgay, R., Drukpa, T., Wangdi, T., Pemo, D., Harbach, R.E., & Somboon, P. (2018). A checklist of the Anopheles mosquito species (Diptera: Culicidae) in Bhutan. Acta Tropica, 188, 206–212.

Ohmori, Y. (1959). The pupae of Japanese Anopheles. Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology, 10, 210–225.

Oo, T.T., Storch, V., & Becker, N. (2004). Review of the Anopheles mosquitoes of Myanmar. Journal of Vector Ecology, 29(1), 21–40.

Puri, I.M. (1949). Anophelines of the Oriental Region. In M.F. Boyd (Ed.), Malariology: A comprehensive survey of all aspects of this group of diseases from a global standpoint, by 65 contributors. Philadelphia, PA: Saunders.

Rattanarithikul, R., Harrison, B.A., Harbach, R.E., Panthusiri, P., & Coleman, R.E. (2006b). Illustrated keys to the mosquitoes of Thailand. IV. Anopheles. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 128(Suppl. 2), 2.

Rattanarithikul, R., Harbach, R.E., Harrison, B.A., Panthusiri, P., Coleman, R.E., & Richardson, J.H. (2010). Illustrated keys to the mosquitoes of Thailand. VI. Tribe Aedini. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 41(1), 1–225.

Qu, F., & Zhu, H. (2008). On a checklist of the anopheline mosquitoes in China with rectification for some specific names. Chinese Journal of Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases, 26(3), 210–216.

Reid, J.A., & Knight, K.L. (1961). Classification within the subgenus Anopheles (Diptera, Culicidae). Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 55(4), 474–488.

Reid, J.A. (1968). Anopheline mosquitoes of Malaya and Borneo. Studies from the Institute for Medical Research Malaysia, 31, 1–520.

Tajima, K. (1952). Some notes on the eggs of Anopheles lindesayi var. japonicus Yamada. Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology, 3, 90–94.

Tanaka, K., Mizusawa, K., & Saugstad, E.S. (1979). A revision of the adult and larval mosquitoes of Japan (including the Ryukyu Archipelago and Ogasawara Islands) and Korea (Diptera: Culicidae). Contributions of the American Entomological Institute, 16, 1–987.

Wanson, M., & Berteaux, M. (1954). La larve de l’Anopheles mortiauxi Edwards. Revue de zoologie et de botanique Africaines, 49, 33–38.

Yamada, S. (1918). A new species of Anopheles collected from Hokkaido. Eiseigaku Densenbryogaku zasshi (Journal of Hygiene and Infectious Diseases), 13, 689–691.

 

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