Aedes (mosquito)

Abundance: 0.04 to 100.00% (median 14.40%)

Latitudinal range: -34.9° to 68.4°

Habitats: boreal forest/taiga (6), desert/xeric shrubland (7), lake (1), mangrove (4), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (11), temperate coniferous forest (3), temperate savanna (2), temperate wetland (5), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (57), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (41), tropical/subtropical savanna (19), tropical/subtropical wetland (1)

Found in 157 samples

Argentina: Buenos Aires City, Vicente López and Tigre Municipalities, Resistencia, Garupá (CDC traps)

Australia: Port Broughton, Northern Peninsula Area (Sentinel Arbovirus Capture Kit, cylinder), Howard Springs Road, Holmes Jungle (fowl, 6 May 1986), Cairns, Ross River Reservoir (1990), Globe Derby Park, St. Kilda

Austria: Vienna, National Park Donau-Auen

Benin: Ouidah-Kpomasse-Tori (indoor), Ouidah-Kpomasse-Tori (outdoor)

Brazil: Floresta Estadual do Palmito, Área de Preservação Ambiental de Guapimirim, Duque de Caxias, Anhanguera Park (adults), Guapiaçu Ecological Reserve (Site A, CDC trap), Juami-Japurá Ecological Station, Brasilia National Park (ground), Brasilia National Park (canopy), Raso da Catarina Ecological Station (Caatinga, Shannon trap), Barcelos, Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, Ecological Station of Samuel (August 1990), Ecological Station of Samuel (September 1990), Ecological Station of Samuel (October 1990), Ecological Station of Samuel (November 1990), Ecological Station of Samuel (December 1990), Cananéia (trap A), Mata Seca State Park (end rainy season, pasture), Mata Seca State Park (end rainy season, early stage), Mata Seca State Park (end rainy season, late stage), Itacoatiara, Carmo Park (aspiration), Carmo Park (CDC canopy), Carmo Park (CDC ground), Carmo Park (Shannon), Campus Professor Edgard Santos da Universidade Federal do Oeste da Bahia, Mato Grosso, São João, Sonho Real (Falcão trap, residual forest), Costa Marques (outside house 1), Estação Experimental de Pariquera-Açú

Canada: City of Winnipeg (June), Yellowknife, Fort Providence, Hay River, Fort Smith, Fort Simpson, Inuvik

China: Ruili (traditional light traps), Manlu, Tonghe (BG-sentinel trap)

Colombia: Villavicencio, San Bernardo del Viento, La Batea (CDC), La Batea (Shannon), La Batea (CH)

Czech Republic: South Moravia (2009)

Germany: Hamburg

Guatemala: Puerto Barrios (mosquitoes)

India: Vellore District, Keela Arunachalapuram (September 2007), Vellimalai kovil (October 2010), Vellimalai kovil (November 2010), Vellimalai kovil (December 2010), Samanar Hills (September - November 2006), Thiruvannamalai Temple, Marudhamalai, Lengpui

Indonesia: Kalaena (house), Cibuntu (trial 1), Cibuntu (trial 2)

Ivory Coast: Tai National Park (mosquitoes, camp sites), Tai National Park (mosquitoes, primary forest), Tai National Park (mosquitoes, secondary forest), Tai National Park (mosquitoes, plantations), Gouléako and Täi, N'gatty, Allaba

Japan: Miyagi Prefecture (no tsunami area, June), Miyagi Prefecture (no tsunami area, July), Miyagi Prefecture (no tsunami area, August)

Kenya: Mbuinjeru, Malindi (urban), Mangai, Dondori, Mlimami, Boni Forest, Degurdei, Arbadobolo, Haney, Njoro (high forest), Njoro (banana plantation)

Madagascar: Andranonahoatra (outdoors), Saharevo (human landing, indoor), Saharevo (human landing, outdoor)

Malaysia: Danau Melikin, Pos Lenjang (July 2007), Pos Lenjang (September 2007), Pos Lenjang (December 2007)

Mexico: Xico (montane cloud forest, dry season), Ecologic Park Francisco Xavier Clavijero (dry season), Park Molinos de San Roque (dry season), Xico (shade coffee plantation, dry season), San Andrés Tlalnelhuayocan (dry season), Xico (montane cloud forest, rainy season), Ecologic Park Francisco Xavier Clavijero (rainy season), Park Molinos de San Roque (rainy season), Xico (shade coffee plantation, rainy season), San Andrés Tlalnelhuayocan (rainy season), Xico (montane cloud forest, cold season), Ecologic Park Francisco Xavier Clavijero (cold season), Park Molinos de San Roque (cold season), Xico (shade coffee plantation, cold season), San Andrés Tlalnelhuayocan (cold season)

Nigeria: Amauro, Nnamdi Azikiwe University (science village), Gezawa-1

Pakistan: District Upper Dir (water), Tehsil Samundri (August)

Panama: Madden Dam (light trap), Madden Dam (horse-baited trap)

Peru: Iquitos (sylvan sites), Iquitos (urban sites)

Russia: Southwestern Park Forest (2012)

Saudi Arabia: Al Ahsa, Al Dammam, Hafr Al Batin

Senegal: Barkedji (2005), Barkedji (2006), Koungheul (captured on humans)

South Africa: Mtubatuba, Hope and Lillie, Daniëlskuil (1976, Season 1), Ndumu Game Reserve (ground), Ndumu Game Reserve (canopy)

South Korea: Dongducheon

Sri Lanka: Habaraluwewa, Wanawasala (February), Udawattakele Forest Reserve (bamboo stumps)

Sweden: Stjärnarp-old

Tanzania: Mbaramo (1st round, control)

Thailand: Tak Province

Uganda: Njeru

United Kingdom: Woodwalton Fen National Nature Reserve (wet woodland)

United States: Spindletop Farm (ground level), Big Slough, Payne and Logan Counties, Wolfe Wildlife Refuge, University of Wyoming Range and Pasture Experiment Station (bovine-treated trap), University of Wyoming Range and Pasture Experiment Station (CO2-baited light trap)

Venezuela: Alto Orinoco

See also Aedes "grupo serratus", Aedes adersi, Aedes aegypti, Aedes africana, Aedes africanus, Aedes albocephalus, Aedes albolaterus, Aedes albopictus, Aedes alboscutellatus, Aedes alternans, Aedes angustivittatus, Aedes annandalei, Aedes annulirostris, Aedes argenteopunctatus, Aedes argyrothorax, Aedes atropalpus, Aedes aurantius, Aedes aureostriatus, Aedes caballus, Aedes caecus, Aedes calceatus, Aedes campestris, Aedes camptorhynchus, Aedes canadensis, Aedes cantans, Aedes cantans s.l., Aedes caspius, Aedes cataphylla, Aedes chrysolineatus, Aedes chrysoscuta, Aedes cinereus, Aedes cinereus s.l., Aedes cinereus/geminus, Aedes circumluteolus, Aedes comitatus, Aedes communis, Aedes crinifer, Aedes cumminsii, Aedes dalzieli, Aedes desmotes, Aedes detritus, Aedes dominici, Aedes dorsalis, Aedes dupreei, Aedes durbanensis, Aedes edwardsi, Aedes elsiae, Aedes epactius, Aedes euplocamus, Aedes excrucians, Aedes fascipalpis, Aedes fitchii, Aedes flavescens, Aedes fluviatilis, Aedes fowleri, Aedes fulvus, Aedes funereus, Aedes furcifer, Aedes furcifer/taylori, Aedes geminus, Aedes geniculatus, Aedes gr. palpalis, Aedes gr. tarsalis, Aedes gubernatoris, Aedes harrisoni, Aedes harveyi, Aedes hastatus, Aedes hastatus/oligopistus, Aedes hexodontus, Aedes hirsutus, Aedes hortator, Aedes idahoensis, Aedes imperfectus, Aedes implicatus, Aedes imprimens, Aedes infirmatus, Aedes Infirmatus Subgroup, Aedes ingrami, Aedes intrudens, Aedes jamesi, Aedes japonicus, Aedes juppi, Aedes kennethi, Aedes kochi, Aedes krombeini, Aedes leucocelaenus, Aedes leucomelas, Aedes lilii, Aedes lineatopennis, Aedes littlechildi, Aedes lucianus, Aedes luteocephalus, Aedes luteolateralis, Aedes marshalii, Aedes mcintoshi, Aedes mediopunctatus, Aedes melanimon, Aedes metallicus, Aedes michaelikati, Aedes minutus, Aedes mitchellae, Aedes mucidus, Aedes natronius, Aedes nigripes, Aedes niveus, Aedes normanensis, Aedes notoscriptus, Aedes novalbopictus, Aedes nubilus, Aedes nunetzovari, Aedes ochraceus, Aedes oligopistus, Aedes pallidostriatus, Aedes palmarum, Aedes pennai, Aedes phyllolabis, Aedes pipersalatus, Aedes poicilius, Aedes pseudoalbopictus, Aedes pseudomediofasciatus, Aedes pseudotaeniatus, Aedes punctor, Aedes quadrivittatus, Aedes quasirubrithorax, Aedes reesi, Aedes rhyacophilus, Aedes riparius, Aedes rossicus, Aedes rusticus, Aedes scapularis, Aedes Scapularis Group, Aedes scapularius, Aedes scatophagoides, Aedes scutellaris, Aedes seatoi, Aedes serratus, Aedes serratus/nubilus, Aedes shortii, Aedes simpsoni, Aedes simpsoni grp., Aedes sp., Aedes spencerii, Aedes spp., Aedes spp. durbanensis and natronius, Aedes sticticus, Aedes stigmaticus, Aedes stimulans, Aedes stokesi, Aedes sudanensis, Aedes taeniorhychus, Aedes taeniorhynchus, Aedes Tarsalis Group, Aedes taylori, Aedes terrens, Aedes thibaulti, Aedes tiptoni, Aedes tremulus, Aedes tricholabis, Aedes trichuris, Aedes triseriatus, Aedes trivittatus, Aedes uniformis, Aedes unilineatus, Aedes venustipes, Aedes vexans, Aedes vigilax, Aedes vittatus, Aedes vittiger, Aedes w-albus, Aedes walbus, Aedes woodi