Site Bibliography

We have used a variety of sources to provide you with valuable information on this site. This is a space to recognize and thank all the authors.

 

 

General Information | Mosquito Diseases | Mosquito Species | Other Insects
 

GENERAL INFORMATION

American Mosquito Control Association.

Healthbeat: Mosquitoes. Illinois Department of Public Health.

West Nile Virus and Mosquito Facts. Penn State Cooperative Extension, Indiana County.

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MOSQUITO-BORNE DISEASES

All Mosquito-borne Diseases

Mosquito-Borne Diseases. The American Mosquito Control Association.

 

Dengue Fever

Dengue Fever/Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever. World Health Organization.

MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia. Dengue Fever. U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.

 

Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE)

Centers for Disease Control. Eastern Equine Encephalitis Fact Sheet. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Hall, Catherine and John MacDonald. Medical Entomology: Eastern Equine Encephalitis. Perdue University.

 

La Crosse Encephalitis (LAX)

Centers for Disease Control. Fact Sheet: La Crosse Encephalitis. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

Hall, Catherine and John MacDonald. Medical Entomology: La Crosse Encephalitis. Perdue University.

 

St Louis Encephalitis (SLE)

Centers for Disease Control. St. Louis Encephalitis . U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

Hall, Catherine and John MacDonald. Medical Entomology: St. Louis Encephalitis . Perdue University.

 

Western Equine Encephalitis (WEE)

Centers for Disease Control. Fact Sheet: Western Equine Encephalitis. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

Hall, Catherine and John MacDonald. Medical Entomology: Western Equine Encephalitis. Perdue University.

 

Malaria

Centers for Disease Control. Malaria Facts. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

Centers for Disease Control. Malaria: Frequently Asked Questions. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

 

Yellow Fever

MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia. Yellow Fever. U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.

Yellow Fever. Washington, D.C.: Directors of Health Promotion and Education.

Yellow Fever. World Health Organization.

Yellow Fever: A Current Threat. World Health Organization.

 

West Nile Virus

Centers for Disease Control. West Nile Virus. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

Hall, Catherine and John MacDonald. Medical Entomology: West Nile Virus. Perdue University.

June’s Hot Weather and Record West Nile Mosquito Numbers Put Western Minnesotans at Risk. Minnesota Department of Health.

West Nile Virus and Mosquito Facts. Penn State Cooperative Extension, Indiana County.

 

Dog Heartworm

Heartworm Prevention in Your Pet. FDA Consumer Health Information, U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

What is Heartworm Disease? American Heartworm Society.

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Mosquito Species

Aedes aegypti (Yellow Fever Mosquito)

Centers for Disease Control. Reinfestation by Aedes aegypti in the Americas. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

Womack, Michael, Ph.D. Rutgers Entomology NJMCA New Jersey Mosquito Homepage: Aedes albopictus. Rutgers University.

 

Culex pipiens (The Northern house Mosquito)

Crans, Wayne J. Rutgers Entomology NJMCA New Jersey Mosquito Homepage: Culex pipiens: The Northern House Mosquito. Rutgers University.

Culex pipiens. Virginia Mosquito Control Association.

Savage, Harry, Ph.D. and Barry Miller, Ph.D. Rutgers Entomology NJMCA New Jersey Mosquito Homepage: Aedes albopictus. Rutgers University.

 

Anopheles Mosquito

Centers for Disease Control. Anopheles Mosquitoes. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

Hall, Catherine and John MacDonald. Medical Entomology: Mosquitoes. Perdue University.

Prior, J. 2003. "Anopheles gambiae" (On-line), Animal Diversity Web. Accessed December 31, 2008

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Other Insects

Black Flies

Hill, Catherine A., et al. Public Health: Black Flies: Biology and Public Health Risk. Purdue University, Perdue Extension, Department of Entomology.

 

Non-Biting Midges

Wonderful Wacky Water Critters: Midge or Bloodworm. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Education for Kids!

 

No-see-ums

Department of Medical Entomology at ICPMR Westmead Hospital. Biting Midges (Sandflies). University of Sydney and Westmead Hospital, Australia.

Featherstone, Alan Watson. Caledonia Forest Species Profiles: Highland biting midge. Forres, Scotland: Trees for Life.

North Carolina Integrated Pest Management. Biting Midges. North Carolina State University.

Schalau, Jeff. Backyard Gardener: Coping with No-See-Ums. Prescott, AZ: Arizona Cooperative Extension.

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