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ETUDES2 - Réfs. scientifiques dispositifs Capture Leures CO2 & Acides

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ETUDES, RÉFÉRENCES SCIENTIFIQUES ET PUBLICATIONS TRAITANT DES DISPOSITIFS DE CAPTURE AVEC LEURES CO2 & ACIDES, BIOGENTS, MOSQUITO MAGNET, SKEETERVAC, ET AUTRES MARQUES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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83. Hiwat H, de Rijk M, Andriessen R, Koenraadt CJM & Takken W (2011) Evaluation of Methods for Sampling the Malaria Vector Anopheles darlingi (Diptera, Culicidae) in Suriname and the Relation with Its Biting Behavior. Journal of Medical Entomology 48: 1039–1046. DOI: 10.1603/ME10245

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85. Hoffmann AA, Montgomery BL, Popovici J, Iturbe-Ormaetxe I, Johnson PH, Muzzi F, Greenfield M, Durkan M, Leong YS, Dong Y, Cook H, Axford J, Callahan AG, Kenny N, Omodei C, McGraw EA, Ryan PA, Ritchie SA, Turelli M & O’Neill SL (2011) Successful establishment of Wolbachia in Aedes populations to suppress dengue transmission. Nature 476: 454–457. DOI: 10.1038/nature10356

 

86. Unlu I, Farajollahi A, Healy SP, Crepeau T, Bartlett-Healy K, Williges E, Strickman D, Clark GG, Gaugler R & Fonseca DM (2011) Area-wide management of Aedes albopictus: choice of study sites based on geospatial characteristics, socioeconomic factors and mosquito populations. Pest Management Science 67: 965–974. DOI: 10.1002/ps.2140

 

87. Marcombe S, Darriet F, Tolosa M, Agnew P, Duchon S, Etienne M, Yp Tcha MM, Chandre F, Corbel V & Yébakima A (2011) Pyrethroid Resistance Reduces the Efficacy of Space Sprays for Dengue Control on the Island of Martinique (Caribbean). PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 5: e1202. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0001202

 

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89. Tan CH, Wong PSJ, Li MZI, Tan SYS, Lee TKC, Pang SC, Lam-Phua SG, Maideen N, Png AB, Koou SY, Lu D & Ng L-C (2011) Entomological Investigation and Control of a Chikungunya Cluster in Singapore. Vector- Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 11: 383–390. DOI: 10.1089/vbz.2010.0022

 

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98. Almeida SJ de, Martins Ferreira RP, Eiras ÁE, Obermayr RP & Geier M (2010) Multi-agent modeling and simulation of an Aedes aegypti mosquito population. Environmental Modelling & Software 25: 1490–1507. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2010.04.021

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99. Hoel DF, Kline DL, Hogsette JA, Bernier UR, El-Hossary SS, Hanafi HA, Watany N, Fawaz EY, Furman BD, Obenauer PJ & Szumlas DE (2010) Efficacy of Commercial Mosquito Traps in Capturing Phlebotomine Sand Flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in Egypt. Journal of Medical Entomology 47: 1179– 1184. DOI: 10.1603/ME10144

 

100. Azil AH, Long SA, Ritchie SA & Williams CR (2010) The development of predictive tools for pre-emptive dengue vector control: a study of Aedes aegypti abundance and meteorological variables in North Queensland, Australia. Tropical medicine & international health: TM & IH 15: 1190–1197. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3156.2010.02592.x

 

101. Obenauer PJ, Kaufman PE, Kline DL & Allan SA (2010) Detection of and monitoring for Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in suburban and sylvatic habitats in north central Florida using four sampling techniques. Environmental entomology 39: 1608–1616. DOI: 10.1603/EN09322

 

102. Roiz D, Rosà R, Arnoldi D & Rizzoli A (2010) Effects of Temperature and Rainfall on the Activity and Dynamics of Host-Seeking Aedes albopictus Females in Northern Italy. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 10: 811–816. DOI: 10.1089/vbz.2009.0098

 

103. Ball TS & Ritchie SR (2010a) Sampling Biases of the BG-Sentinel Trap With Respect to Physiology, Age, and Body Size of Adult Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 47: 649–656. DOI: 10.1603/ME09218

 

104. Ball TS & Ritchie SR (2010b) Evaluation of BG-Sentinel Trap Trapping Efficacy for Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) in a Visually Competitive Environment. Journal of Medical Entomology 47: 657–663. DOI: 10.1603/ME09242

 

105. Bhalala HV, Smith JD, O’Dea BA & Arias JR (2010) The Efficacy of the BG- SentinelTM CO2 Nozzle in Collecting Host-Seeking Mosquitoes in Fairfax County, Virginia. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 26: 226–228. DOI: 10.2987/09-5942.1

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106. Vilela APP (2010) Dengue Virus 3 Genotype I in Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes and Eggs, Brazil, 2005-2006. Emerging Infectious Diseases. DOI: 10.3201/eid1606.091000

 

107. Valdez MRWD, Suchman EL, Carlson JO & Black WC (2010) A Large Scale Laboratory Cage Trial of Aedes Densonucleosis Virus (AeDNV). Journal of Medical Entomology 47: 392–399. DOI: 10.1603/ME09157

 

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110. Hugo LE, Cook PE, Johnson PH, Rapley LP, Kay BH, Ryan PA, Ritchie SA & O’Neill SL (2010) Field Validation of a Transcriptional Assay for the Prediction of Age of Uncaged Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes in Northern Australia. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 4: e608. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0000608

 

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113. Rapley LP, Johnson PH, Williams CR, Silcock RM, Larkman M, Long SA, Russell RC & Ritchie SA (2009) A lethal ovitrap-based mass trapping scheme for dengue control in Australia: II. Impact on populations of the mosquito Aedes aegypti. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 23: 303–316. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2915.2009.00834.x

 

114. Venter GJ, Labuschagne K, Hermanides KG, Boikanyo SNB, Majatladi DM & Morey L (2009) Comparison of the efficiency of five suction light traps under field conditions in South Africa for the collection of Culicoides species. Veterinary Parasitology 166: 299–307. DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2009.08.020

 

115. Jeffery JAL, Thi Yen N, Nam VS, Nghia LT, Hoffmann AA, Kay BH & Ryan PA (2009) Characterizing the Aedes aegypti Population in a Vietnamese Village in Preparation for a Wolbachia-Based Mosquito Control Strategy to Eliminate

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117. David MR, Lourenço-de-Oliveira R & Freitas RM de (2009) Container productivity, daily survival rates and dispersal of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in a high income dengue epidemic neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro: presumed influence of differential urban structure on mosquito biology. Memórias do

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119. Kim KS, Tsuda Y & Yamada A (2009) Bloodmeal Identification and Detection of Avian Malaria Parasite From Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) Inhabiting

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120. Lacroix R, Delatte H, Hue T & Reiter P (2009) Dispersal and Survival of Male and Female Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) on Réunion Island. Journal of Medical Entomology 46: 1117–1124. DOI: 10.1603/033.046.0519

 

121. Ng L-C (2009) Entomologic and Virologic Investigation of Chikungunya, Singapore. Emerging Infectious Diseases 15: 1243–1249. DOI: 10.3201/eid1508.081486

 

122. Farajollahi A, Kesavaraju B, Price DC, Williams GM, Healy SP, Gaugler R & Nelder MP (2009) Field Efficacy of BG-Sentinel and Industry-Standard Traps for Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) and West Nile Virus Surveillance. Journal of Medical Entomology 46: 919–925. DOI: 10.1603/033.046.0426

 

123. Obenauer PJ, Kaufman PE, Allan SA & Kline DL (2009) Host-Seeking Height Preferences of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in North Central Florida Suburban and Sylvatic Locales. Journal of Medical Entomology 46: 900–908. DOI: 10.1603/033.046.0424

 

124. Bhalala H & Arias JR (2009) The ZumbaTM Mosquito Trap and BG-SentinelTM Trap: Novel Surveillance Tools for Host-Seeking Mosquitoes. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 25: 134–139. DOI: 10.2987/08-5821.1

 

125. Lacroix R, Delatte H, Hue T, Dehecq JS & Reiter P (2009) Adaptation of the BG-Sentinel trap to capture male and female Aedes albopictus mosquitoes. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 23: 160–162. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365- 2915.2009.00806.x

 

126. Chambers EW, McClintock SK, Avery MF, King JD, Bradley MH, Schmaedick MA, Lammie PJ & Burkot TR (2009) Xenomonitoring of Wuchereria bancrofti and Dirofilaria immitis infections in mosquitoes from American Samoa: trapping considerations and a comparison of polymerase chain reaction assays with dissection. The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 80: 774–781.

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127. Vorsprach B, Meiser CK, Werner D, Balczun C & Schaub GA (2009) Monitoring of Ceratopogonidae in Southwest Germany. Parasitology Research 105: 337–344. DOI: 10.1007/s00436-009-1411-3

 

128. Bauer B, Jandowsky A, Schein E, Mehlitz D & Clausen P-H (2009) An appraisal of current and new techniques intended to protect bulls against Culicoides and other haematophagous nematocera: the case of Schmergow, Brandenburg, Germany. Parasitology Research 105: 359–365. DOI: 10.1007/s00436-009-1410-4

 

129. Mehlhorn H, Walldorf V, Klimpel S, Schaub G, Kiel E, Focke R, Liebisch G, Liebisch A, Werner D, Bauer C, Clausen H, Bauer B, Geier M, Hörbrand T, Bätza H-J, Conraths FJ, Hoffmann B & Beer M (2009) Bluetongue disease in Germany (2007–2008): monitoring of entomological aspects. Parasitology Research 105: 313–319. DOI: 10.1007/s00436-009-1416-y

 

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131. Pagès F, Peyrefitte CN, Mve MT, Jarjaval F, Brisse S, Iteman I, Gravier P, Nkoghe D & Grandadam M (2009) Aedes albopictus Mosquito: The Main Vector of the 2007 Chikungunya Outbreak in. PLoS ONE 4: e4691. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0004691

 

132. Kim DY, Guzman H, Bueno R, Dennett JA, Auguste AJ, Carrington CVF, Popov VL, Weaver SC, Beasley DWC & Tesh RB (2009) Characterization of Culex Flavivirus (Flaviviridae) strains isolated from mosquitoes in the United States and Trinidad. Virology 386: 154–159. DOI: 10.1016/j.virol.2008.12.034

 

133. Kasap ÖE, Belen A, Kaynas S, Simsek FM, Biler L, Ata N & Alten B (2009) Activity Patterns of Sand Fly (Diptera: Psychodidae) Species and Comparative Performance of Different Traps in an Endemic Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Focus in Cukurova Plain, Southern Anatolia, Turkey. Acta Veterinaria Brno 78: 327–335. DOI: 10.2754/avb200978020327

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134. Maciel-de-Freitas R, Peres RC, Souza-Santos R & Lourenço-de-Oliveira R (2008) Occurrence, productivity and spatial distribution of key-premises in two dengue-endemic areas of Rio de Janeiro and their role in adult Aedes aegypti spatial infestation pattern. Tropical Medicine & International Health 13: 1488– 1494. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3156.2008.02162.x

 

135. Milne MA, Townsend VJ, Smelser P, Felgenhauer BE, Moore MK & Smyth FJ (2008) Larval aquatic and terrestrial mites infesting a temperate assemblage of mosquitoes. Experimental and Applied Acarology 47: 19–33. DOI: 10.1007/s10493-008-9194-2

 

136. Irish SR, Chandre F & N’Guessan R (2008) Comparison of Octenol- And BG Lure®-Baited Biogents Sentinel Traps and an Encephalitis Virus Surveillance Trap in Portland, OR. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 24: 393–397. DOI: 10.2987/5682.1

 

137. Andrade AJ, Andrade MR, Dias ES, Pinto MC & Eiras AE (2008) Are light traps baited with kairomones effective in the capture of Lutzomyia longipalpis and Lutzomyia intermedia? An evaluation of synthetic human odor as an attractant for phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae). Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 103: 337–343.

 

138. Meeraus WH, Armistead JS & Arias JR (2008) Field Comparison of Novel and Gold Standard Traps for Collecting Aedes albopictus in Northern Virginia. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 24: 244–248. DOI: 10.2987/5676.1

 

139. Schmaedick MA, Ball TS, Burkot TR & Gurr NE (2008) Evaluation of Three Traps for Sampling Aedes polynesiensis and Other Mosquito Species in American Samoa. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 24: 319–322. DOI: 10.2987/5652.1

 

140. Morrison AC, Zielinski-Gutierrez E, Scott TW & Rosenberg R (2008) Defining Challenges and Proposing Solutions for Control of the Virus Vector Aedes aegypti. PLoS Medicine 5: e68. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.0050068

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141. Schmied WH, Takken W, Killeen GF, Knols BG & Smallegange RC (2008) Evaluation of two counterflow traps for testing behaviour-mediating compounds for the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae s.s. under semi-field conditions in Tanzania. Malaria Journal 7: 230. DOI: 10.1186/1475-2875-7- 230

 

142. Cook PE, Hugo LE, Iturbe-Ormaetxe I, Williams CR, Chenoweth SF, Ritchie SA, Ryan PA, Kay BH, Blows MW & O’Neill SL (2007) Predicting the age of mosquitoes using transcriptional profiles. Nature Protocols 2: 2796–2806. DOI: 10.1038/nprot.2007.396

 

143. Maciel-De-Freitas R, Codeço CT & Lourenço-De-Oliveira R (2007) Body size- associated survival and dispersal rates of Aedes aegypti in Rio de Janeiro. Medical and veterinary entomology 21: 284–292. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365- 2915.2007.00694.x

 

144. Krüger A & Hagen RM (2007) Short communication: First record of Aedes albopictus in Gabon, Central Africa. Tropical Medicine & International Health 12: 1105–1107. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3156.2007.01893.x

 

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146. Kawada H, Honda S & Takagi M (2007) Comparative Laboratory Study on the Reaction of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus to Different Attractive Cues in a Mosquito Trap. Journal of Medical Entomology 

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147. Williams CR, Long SA, Webb CE, Bitzhenner M, Geier M, Russell RC & Ritchie SA (2007) Aedes aegypti Population Sampling Using BG-Sentinel Traps in North Queensland Australia: Statistical Considerations for Trap Deployment and Sampling Strategy. Journal of Medical Entomology 44: 345– 350. DOI: 10.1603/0022-2585(2007)44[345:AAPSUB]2.0.CO;2

 

148. Williams CR, Bergbauer R, Geier M, Kline DL, Bernier UR, Russell RC & Ritchie SA (2006) Laboratory and field Assessment of some Kairomone

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149. Ritchie SA, Moore P, Carruthers M, Williams C, Montgomery B, Foley P, Ahboo S, Van Den Hurk AF, Lindsay MD, Cooper B, Beebe N & Russell RC (2006) Discovery of a Widespread Infestation of Aedes albopictus in the Torres Strait, Australia. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 22: 358–365. DOI: 10.2987/8756-971X(2006)22[358:DOAWIO]2.0.CO;2

 

150. Williams CR, Ritchie SA, Russell RC, Eiras AE, Kline DL & Geier M (2006) Geographic Variation in Attraction to Human Odor Compounds by Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae): A Laboratory Study. Journal of Chemical Ecology 32: 1625–1634. DOI: 10.1007/s10886-006-9097-9

 

151. Kröckel U, Rose A, Eiras ÁE & Geier M (2006) New Tools for Surveillance of Adults Yellow Fever Mosquitoes; Comparisons of Trap Catches with Human Landing Rates in the Urban Environment. Journal of the American Mosquito

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152. Williams CR, Long SA, Russell RC & Ritchie SA (2006) Field Efficacy of the BG-Sentinel compatred with CDC Backpack Aspirators and CO2- Baited EVS Traps for Collection of Adult Aedes aegypti in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 22: 296–300. DOI: 10.2987/8756-971X(2006)22[296:FEOTBC]2.0.CO;2

 

153. Maciel-de-Freitas R, Eiras AE & Lourenço-de-Oliveira R (2006) Field evaluation of effectiveness of the BG-Sentinel, a new trap for capturing adult Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae). Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 101: 321–325.

 

154. Küpper S, Schulze S, Maier W & Kampen H (2006) Beitag zum Vorkommen und zur Verbreitung von Stechmücken (Diptera: Culicidae) in Nordrhein- Westfalen mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Großraums Bonn. (Contribution to the occurrence and distribution of culicid mosquitoes in Northrhine-Westphalia with special reference to the greater Bonn area.).

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10. Nguyen H & Finlay-Doney M (2010) Large ceramic pots ex. Indonesia - the source of Aedes aegypti recently intercepted at Darwin port 9 April 2010. Medical Entomology Unit, Centre for Disease Control, Department of Health and Families NT Government. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10137/473

 

11. Evans BP, Clark JW, Barbara KA, Mundal KD, Furman BD, McAvin JC & Richardson JH (2009) Operational vector-borne disease surveillance and control: closing the capabilities gap through research at overseas military laboratories. U.S. Army Medical Department journal: 16–27.

Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20084734

 

12. Ferreira Maia M (2009) Impact of Insecticide-Treated Nets Protecting Cattle in

Zero-Grazing Units on Nuisance and Biting Insects in the Forrest of Kumasi,

Ghana. Doctoral Thesis. Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. 119 pp.

Retrieved from http://www.diss.fu- berlin.de/diss/servlets/MCRFileNodeServlet/FUDISS_derivate_000000006179/Maia.pdf?hosts

 

13. Rohrmann KMA (2009) Die Wirksamkeit insektizidbehandelter Netze zum Schutz von Rindern vor Gnitzen und Lästlingsinsekten in Milchviehstallungen. Doctoral Thesis. Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. 120 pp.

Retrieved from http://www.diss.fu-berlin.de/diss/receive/FUDISS_thesis_000000016086

 

14. Jones OT & Mabbet TH (2007) Beating the Aedes Mosquito at its Own Game. International Pest Control: 216–219.

 

15. Da Silva Pixão K (2007) Avaliação do controle químico de adultos de Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti (Linnaeus, 1762) (Diptera: Culicidae) de Fortaleza por meio de métodos convencionais e das armadilhas BG-Sentinel e MosquiTRAP. Doctoral Thesis. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil. 119 pp.

Retrieved from http://www.parasitologia.icb.ufmg.br/defesas/251M.PDF

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16. Qui Y, Spitzen J, Smallegange RC & Knols BG (2007) Monitoring systems for adult pests and disease vectors. In W. Takken & B. G. Knols (Eds.), Emerging Pests and Vector-borne Diseases in Europe. Wageningen, The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers: 329-352

 

17. Ritchie SA & Spark R (2007) Eradication: the only way to control dengue in Australia. Inform’ACTION 27.

 

18. Geier M, Rose A, Grunewald J & Jones O (2006) New mosquito traps improve the monitoring of disease vectors. International Pest Control 48: 124–126.

 

19. Molnar T (2006) Comparative studies of two trapping systems for mosquito surveillance in Bavaria, Germany. Vector Ecology Newsletter 37: 10–11.

 

20. Maia M, Bauer B, Mehlitz D, Clausen P-H, Abonuusum A, Kruppa T & May J (2006) Use of insecticide-treated nets to protect cattle against insects of veterinary and medical importance in Ghana. Bernhard-Nocht-Institut für Tropenmedizin Scientific Report 2004/2005: 86–87.

 

21. Obermayr R (2006) Are new trapping technologies useful for mosquito control interventions? Vector Ecology Newsletter 37: 11–12.

 

22. Geier M, Rose A & Grunewald J (2005) Stechmücken-Fallen: Frühwarnsysteme für vektorassoziierte Krankheiten. (Mosquito traps – early warning systems for vector-borne diseases.). Journal Flug- und Reisemedizin 45: 12–15.

 

23. Rose A & Geier M (2004) Why it can be useful to attract the enemy: leading

mosquitoes around by the nose. In W. Fürst & J. Bauernschmitt (Eds.),

Biotechnology in Bavaria. Munich, Germany: Media Mind: 64-68

Retrieved from

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/200767530_Why_it_can_be_useful_to_attract_the_enemy_leading_mosquito es_around_by_the_nose/file/f1515a7ed50dbb1eafc60e5783c12e94.pdf

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Scientific studies with Biogents traps and/or attractants, presented at scientific meetings and congresses

 

1. Barrera R, Amador MA, Acevedo V, Felix G, Caban BZ & MacKay AJ (2013) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention autocidal gravid ovitrap: A new surveillance tool for Aedes aegypti. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association. AMCA, Atlantic City, NJ, p 253.

 

2. Abadam C (2012) The Wonderful World of Suffolk Mosquito Control.

Presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Virginia Mosquito Control

Association, Suffolk, VA, USA. Retrieved from

http://www.mosquito-va.org/pdfs/2012%20Presentations/2%20- %20The%20Wonderful%20World%20of%20Suffolk%20Mosquito%20Control.pdf

 

3. L’ Ambert G, Yébakima A, Bellet C, Vellutini JM, Sulny A, de Pina A, Foussadier R, Chantilly S, Alfonsi J & Lagneau C (2012) Entomological surveillance network in the LIFE Project (LIFE08 ENV/F/000488): preliminaries results in five French areas (Rhône-Alpes, Languedoc- Roussillon, Corse, Guyane and Martinique). E-SOVE 2012, the 18th International Conference: Abstract Book. Montpellier, France, p 119.

 

4. Benic N, Klobuc?ar A, Krajcar D, Lesnikar V, Bac?un-Ivc?ek L, Pahor ? & Šušnjic V (2012) Our experience in collecting tiger mosquitoes using BG Sentinel traps in Primorje-Gorski Kotar and Lika-Senj County. Proceedings, 24th Scientific and Educational Seminar, DDD and ZUPP 2012. Split, Croatia, pp 135–144.

 

5. Capurro M (2012) Projeto Aedes Transgênico (PAT) - Evaluation of transgenic Aedes aegypti (OX513A) as a Sterile Insect Technique based control method in Brazil. E-SOVE 2012, the 18th International Conference: Abstract Book. Montpellier, France, p 157.

 

6. Kline D (2012) Adult surveillance: BG-Sentinel and BG-Lure is the best system. Program. Austin, Texas, p 35.

 

7. Lacour G, Marquereau L, Dujardin J-P, Benoit R, Chanaud L, Viano M, Boussès P, Lagneau C & Hance T (2012) Winter is coming: diapause

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phenology, wing shape and size seasonality of a temperate population of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae). E-SOVE 2012, the 18th International Conference: Abstract Book. Montepellier, France, p 16.

 

8. Lühken R & Kiel E (2012) Distance to the stable affects trapping of biting midges (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). E-SOVE 2012, the 18th International Conference: Abstract Book. Montpellier, France, p 90.

 

9. Merdic E, Turic N, Vignjevic G, itko T, Benic N, Klobuc?ar A, Šarunic-Gulan J, Mumelaš N, Landeka N & Šuperak A (2012) Research of Aedes albopictus in Croatian Counties on Adriatic coast during 2011. Proceedings, 24th Scientific and Educational Seminar, DDD and ZUPP 2012. Split, Croatia, pp 127–134.

 

10. Obermayr U (2012) If you push them, will they come? Current status of push and pull mosquito control. E-SOVE 2012, the 18th International Conference: Abstract Book. Montpellier, France, p 160.

 

11. Plenge-Bönig A, Becker N, Blasius B, Bradersen U, Geier M, Huber K, Krüger A, Lühken R, Orendt C, Schaub G & Tannich E (2012) Climate change and the spread of potential disease transmitting animals: surveillance of import routes for invasive biting mosquitoes in Germany. E-SOVE 2012, the 18th International Conference: Abstract Book. Montpellier, France, p 85.

 

12. Roiz D, Roussel M, Ruiz S, Munoz J, Soriguer R & Figuerola J (2012) Efficacy of mosquito traps for collecting potential West Nile mosquito vectors in a natural Mediterranean wetland. E-SOVE 2012, the 

18th International Conference: Abstract Book. Montpellier, France, p 184.

 

13. Rose A, Geier M, Obermayr U, Huang D-L, Eckelt R, Kant M & Köckritz A (2012) The catalytic combustion of ethanol is attractive to mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) – but is it just the carbon dioxide? E-SOVE 2012, the 18th International Conference: Abstract Book. Montpellier, France, p 194.

 

14. Rose A, Baumeister M, Obermayr U & Geier M (2012) Turbo-charged sugar- fermenting yeast as a carbon-dioxide source for mosquito. E-SOVE 2012, the 18th International Conference: Abstract Book. Montpellier, France, p 196.

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15. Šarunic-Gulan J, Mumelaš N & Merdic E (2012) Catch of mosquitoes Aedes albopictus in Zadar as a part of the Project of risk evaluation of Dengue and Chikunguya fever in 2011 in Croatia. Proceedings, 24th Scientific and Educational Seminar, DDD and ZUPP 2012. Split, Croatia, pp 145–152.

 

16. Williams JW (2012) Vector control in Papua New Guinea. Vector control in

Papua New Guinea. Presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Virginia

Mosquito Control Association, Suffolk, VA, USA.

Retrieved from http://www.mosquito-va.org/pdfs/2012%20Presentations/19%20- %2020120202%20JWW%20VMCA%20Vector%20Control%20%20in%20Papua%20New%20Guinea.pdf

 

17. Bingham AM, Hassan HK, Unnasch TR, Amador M & Barrera R (2011) Blood feeding patterns of Aedes aegypti and Ae. mediovittatus in Puerto Rico. Abstract Book. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Philadelphia, PA, USA, p 72.

 

18. Haddad N, Mousson L, Vazeille M, Tayeh J & Failloux A-B (2011) Vector potential of Aedes albopictus in Lebanon (Oral Presentation). Book of Abstracts. p 57.

 

19. Kalan K, Krek M, Zagorsek T, Praprotnik E, Buzan EV & Krystugek B (2011) Monitoring of Aedes albopictus in Slovenia (Oral Presentation). Book of Abstracts. Budapest, Hungary, p 50.

 

20. Khongtak P, Jaichapor B, Evans BP & Ponlawat A (2011) Comparative field evaluation of BG-sentinel trap and CDC backpack aspirator for sampling of dengue vector, Aedes aegypti in Thailand.Presented at the 2nd PMK & AFRIMS Joint Symposium : Research Highlights on Infectious Diseases and Military Medicine., Phramongkutklao Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand. Retrieved from http://www.afrims.org/weblib/emab/2011/2nd%20PMK_AFRIMSp48.pdf

 

21. Kline DL, Clark GG, Urban J & Zettel Nalen C (2011) Semi-filed evaluation of durable residual wall lining as an alternative to indoor residual sprays. Abstract Book. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Philadelphia, PA, USA, p 124.

 

22. Lloyd A, Diclaro J, Hoel DF & Kline DL (2011) Effectiveness of four clip-on repellent devices in repelling Aedes albopictus from baited artificial targets in

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North Florida (Oral Presentation, D.F. Hoel). Presented at the Entomology 2011, ESA’s 59th Annual Meeting, Reno, NV, USA. Retrieved from

http://esa.confex.com/esa/2011/webprogram/Paper57962.html

 

23. Rose A, Geier M, Obermayr U, Huang D-L, Eckelt R, Kant M & Köckritz A (2011) On the attractiveness of the products of the catalytic combustion of ethanol to mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) (Oral Presentation). Book of Abstracts. Budapest, Hungary, p 44.

 

24. Salazar FV, Chareonviriyaphap T, Grieco JP, Posomboon S, Prabaripai A, Eisen L, Ojo TA & Achee NL (2011) Configuration of the BG-Sentinel (BGS) mosquito trap for an Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) “Push-Pull” control strategy at the household level. Abstract Book. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Philadelphia, PA, USA, p 132.

 

25. Smith JD (2011) Testing Novel Mosquito Traps, Fairfax County, VA.

Presented at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Virginia Mosquito Control

Association, VA, USA. Retrieved from http://www.mosquito- va.org/pdfs/2011%20Pressentations/2%20VMCA%202011%20Trap%20Testing.pdf

 

26. Smith JD, & Muhammed H (2011) A Survey of the Adult Mosquitoes of St.

Kitts and Nevis. Presented at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Virginia Mosquito

Control Association, VA, USA. Retrieved from http://www.mosquito- va.org/pdfs/2011%20Pressentations/3%20Mosquito%20Survey%20in%20St%20Kitts.pdf

 

27. Smith JD, Revan F, Boll J, Krecek RC, & Mohammed H (2011). Mosquito

survey of St. Kitts and Nevis. In Abstract Book (Vol. 85 (6 Supplement), p. 65).

Presented at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene - 60th

Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Retrieved from

http://www.astmh.org/Meeting_Archives.htm

 

28. Thongsripong P, Henry A, Kittayapong P, Kapan D, Wilcox B & Bennett S (2011) Mosquito communities and vector-associated microbiomes sampled across a habitat gradient of Thailand. Abstract Book. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Philadelphia, PA, USA, p 378.

 

29. Barrera R, MacKay AJ, Amador MA, Caban BZ, Acevedo V & Felix G (2010) Field trials of a new gravid-ovitrap for integrated area-wide control of Aedes

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aegypti in Puerto Rico. Abstract Book. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Atlanta, GA, USA, p 179.

 

30. Clark GG (2010) Dengue in the Southeastern United States. 63rd Annual Meeting of the Virginia Mosquito Control Association, VA, USA. Retrived from

http://www.mosquito-va.org/pdfs/2010%20Presentations/5%20VMCADENSEUS2010CLARK.pdf

 

31. Favotti E, Guidobaldi F, Jordan V, Campos Soldini MP, Grancelli L, Vittar F, Martínez-Borda G, Burroni N, Rose A & Guerenstein P (2010) Evaluation of a new variant of the BG-Sentinel mosquito trap to monitor disease-vector mosquitoes. Presented at the 1st Latin American Meeting of Chemical Ecology - ALAEQ, Colonia, Uruguay.

 

32. Hiwat H, de Rijk M, Andriessen R, Kroenraadt CJM & Takken W (2010) Trapping studies with the malaria vector Anopheles darlingi in Suriname and the relation with biting preferences. Abstract Book. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Atlanta, GA, USA, p 301.

 

33. Jeannin C, Paoaafaite T, Frogier H, Tetuanui A, Marie J, Chambers EW, Russell RC, Ritchie SA, Dobson SL & Bossin HC (2010) Assessing the efficacy of deltamethrin-impregnated lethal targets for the control of the lymphatic filariasis vector in Tahiti, French Polynesia. Abstract Book. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Atlanta, GA, USA, p 299.

 

34. Macchioni F, Torracca B, Magi M, Colga N, Müller K & Rose A (2010) Field study on different anti-mosquito treatment methods against Aedes albopictus in the urban environment of Montecatini Terme (Italy). Parassitologia. Perugia, Italy, p 223.

 

35. Pruszynski CA (2010) Surveillance of Dengue virus in field-caught Aedes aegypti from the Florida keys by real-time TR-PCR. Abstract Book. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Atlanta, GA, USA, p 157.

 

36. Rose A, Englbrecht C, Venturelli C, Geier M, Colga N, Müller K, Torracca B & Macchioni F (2010a) Can the Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus, be controlled with traps? Results from the evaluation of the BG-Sentinel trap in two Italian cities, Cesena and Montecatini Terme. Proceedings of the 17th European Society for Vector Ecology Conference. Wroc?aw, Poland, p 129.

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37. Rose A, Englbrecht C, Venturelli C, Geier M, Colga N, Müller K, Torracca B &

Macchioni F (2010b) Sampling the Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus: the

BG-Sentinel trap is an interesting alternative to the human landing collection.

Proceedings of the 17th European Society for Vector Ecology Conference.

Wroc?aw, Poland, p 95. Retrieved from http://www.bg- sentinel.com/downloads/Rose_et_al_2010_Sampling_Asian_tiger_mosquitoes_-_BGS_and_HLR_-

_ESOVE_Poster_A4.pdf

 

38. Salazar FV, Chareonviriyaphap T, Polsomboon S, Grieco JP, Eisen L & Achee NL (2010) Effects of chemical exposure on Aedes aegypti recapture rates using the BG-Sentinel Trap under screenhouse and field conditions. Abstract Book. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Atlanta, GA, USA, pp 138–139.

 

39. Smith JD (2010) Two Years of Zumba and BG Sentinel Traps in Fairfax

County Mosquito Surveillance System. Presented at the 63rd Annual Meeting

of the Virginia Mosquito Control Association, VA, USA. Retrieved from

http://www.mosquito-va.org/pdfs/2010%20Presentations/22%20BG%20&%20Zumba.pdf

 

40. Abadam C (2009) Comparison of Trap Sites in Suffolk, VA. Presented at the

62nd Annual Meeting of the Virginia Mosquito Control Association, VA, USA.

Retrieved from

http://www.mosquito-va.org/pdfs/2009%20Presentations/Charles%20Abadam%20Site%20Location%20Study.pdf

 

41. Englbrecht C, Geier M & Venturelli C (2009) Continuous trapping of adult Asian tiger mosquitoes (Aedes albopictus) with BG-Sentinel traps reduced the human landing rate and density indices in an urban environment in Cesena, Italy. Presented at the 5th Euopean Mosquito Control Association Workshop, Turin, Italy.

 

42. Smith JD (2009) Don’t Fence Me Out: Taming the Tiger in a Townhome

Community. Presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Virginia Mosquito

Control Association, VA, USA. Retrieved from http://www.mosquito- va.org/pdfs/2009%20Presentations/Tim%20McGonegal%20VMCA%20CK.pdf

 

43. Bhalala HV & Arias JR (2008) The Zumba Trap: A Novel Surveillance Tool for Host?Seeking Mosquitoes / Evaluation of Four Trap Types using the BG-lure in Mosquito Surveillance in Fairfax County, VA. Presented at the 61st Annual

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Meeting of the Virginia Mosquito Control Association, VA, USA. Retrieved from http://www.mosquito-va.org/pdfs/2008%20Presentations/ZUMBA%20Presentation_BHALALA(FINAL).pdf

 

44. Brown D (2008) Three Different Trap Types Utilizing Human Scented Lures:

How do they Compare? Presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the Virginia

Mosquito Control Association, VA, USA. Retrieved from http://www.mosquito- va.org/pdfs/2008%20Presentations/Three%20different%20trap%20types%20utilizing%20human%20scented%20lure

s%5BDianaBrown%5D.pdf

 

45. Foley K (2007) BG-Sentinel Trap. VA, USA, Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Virginia Mosquito Control Association, VA, USA. Retrieved from http://www.mosquito-va.org/pdfs/2007%20Presentations/The%20BG-Sentinel%20Trap.pdf

 

46. Johnson J (2007) Huntington Flood Response. Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Virginia Mosquito Control Association, VA, USA. Retrieved from http://www.mosquito-va.org/pdfs/2007%20Presentations/Jennifer%20Johnson%20Presentation.pdf

 

47. Rose A, Geier M, Eiras ÁE, Kröckel U, Ball TS, Grunewald J & Bergbauer R (2004) Field-testing a novel type of trap for host-seeking mosquitoes. The Program and Abstract Book. Osijek, Croatia, p 15.

 

 

 

STUDIES, TEST, DIFFERENT TRAPS

 

1. Florida A&M Public Health Entomology Research and Education Center

 

In this study, researchers at Florida A&M compare four types of mosquito traps, including a Mosquito Magnet experimental model (MMX) baited with CO2 and octenol. The Mosquito Magnet is one of two traps that capture the highest volume and widest variety of mosquitoes. (The BG-Sentinel is the other top performer.)

 

Review: Comparative Species & Numbers Captured by B&G Sentinel, NZI, Mosquito Magnet X and Stinger MK-100 Mosquito Trap Configurations, John P. Smith, Eric H. Cope and Jimmy D. Walsh, 2010

 

 

 

2. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association

 

Researchers in this study compare six traps to determine their effectiveness in catching Asian tiger mosquitoes, the most common species in the southeastern U.S. Three Mosquito Magnet models are included, along with three traps used by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The Mosquito Magnet Liberty (which has since been replaced by the Patriot model) captures the most Asian tiger mosquitoes of all six traps; the experimental Mosquito Magnet and the Mosquito Magnet Pro both also capture more than the CDC traps do.

 

Review: Evaluation of Six Mosquito Traps for Collection of Aedes albopictus and Associated Mosquito Species in a Suburban Setting in North Central Florida, D. F. Hoel, D. L. Kline and S. A. Allan, March 2009

 

 

 

3. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association

 

Researchers place multiple Mosquito Magnet X traps baited with CO2 and octenol, and run them continuously from March through November 2008 at a Florida Gulf Coast state park. The final report says that use of the traps "did not significantly reduce mosquito numbers" compared to results at sites with no traps. The Mosquito Magnet traps used here are experimental prototypes.

 

Review: Ineffectiveness of Mass Trapping for Mosquito Control in St. Andrews State Park, Panama City Beach, Florida, John P. Smith, Eric H. Cope, Jimmy D. Walsh and Charles D. Hendrickson, Jan. 2010

 

 

 

4. Journal of Medical Entomology

 

In this study, researchers measure the abundance and diversity of mosquito species captured by a Mosquito Magnet Pro (since discontinued), a Mosquito Magnet prototype and a CDC Miniature Light Trap in a wooded area of the Bronx Zoo in New York City. The Mosquito Magnets catch significantly more mosquitoes than the CDC trap, but they do not capture members of every species present.

 

Review: Effectiveness of Mosquito Traps in Measuring Species Abundance and Composition, Heidi Brown et al., May 1, 2008

 

 

 

5. U.S. Department of Agriculture

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture researchers test the ability of six mosquito traps in suburban Gainesville, Fla., to catch the Asian tiger mosquito. They find that the Mosquito Magnet traps capture significantly more mosquitoes than any other type of trap.

Review: Response of Aedes Albopictus to Six Traps in Suburban Settings in North Central Florida, David Hoel et al., Sept. 29, 2006??

 

 

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