Culex (mosquito)

Abundance: 0.02 to 99.71% (median 33.16%)

Latitudinal range: -34.9° to 56.8°

Habitats: desert/xeric shrubland (8), lake (1), mangrove (5), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (12), temperate coniferous forest (3), temperate savanna (2), temperate wetland (5), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (62), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (48), tropical/subtropical savanna (25), tropical/subtropical wetland (1)

Found in 172 samples

Argentina: Buenos Aires City, Vicente López and Tigre Municipalities, Resistencia, Monte Alto, Kilometer 1031, Garupá (ground), Garupá (CDC traps)

Australia: Port Broughton, Northern Peninsula Area (Sentinel Arbovirus Capture Kit, cylinder), Cowley Beach Training Area (nighttime), Mount Bundey Training Area, 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

Belize: Orange Walk Town (Mosquito Magnet traps, pre-storm)

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

Brazil: Floresta Estadual do Palmito, Área de Preservação Ambiental de Guapimirim, Anhanguera Park (adults), Guapiaçu Ecological Reserve (Site A, CDC trap), Juami-Japurá Ecological Station, National Forest of Caxiuanã, Brasilia National Park (ground), Brasilia National Park (canopy), Raso da Catarina Ecological Station (Caatinga, Shannon trap), Agronomy Center for the Vale do Ribeira (CDC-LT), Reserva Natural do Morro da Mina, 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), Peixe, Paranã, São Salvador do Tocantins, 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

Cameroon: Tiko

Canada: City of Winnipeg (June)

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

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

Costa Rica: Palo Verde Biological Station

Czech Republic: South Moravia (2009)

Ecuador: Yasuní Biosphere Reserve and National Park

Germany: Hamburg

Guatemala: Puerto Barrios (mosquitoes)

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

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

Iran: Qeshm

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 (indoors), Andranonahoatra (outdoors), Saharevo (human landing, indoor), Saharevo (human landing, outdoor), Anorana (forest), Anorana (forest edge), Antanifotsy

Malaysia: Danau Melikin, Pos Lenjang (July 2007), Pos Lenjang (September 2007), Pos Lenjang (December 2007), Benta Wawasan (logged forest, ground), Benta Wawasan (logged forest, canopy)

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), 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)

Peru: Iquitos (sylvan sites), Iquitos (urban sites), Bella Vista Nanay

Qatar: Al-Khor District (Oct-Nov 2010), Al-Khor District (Feb-Mar 2011)

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: Malambo, Meshili, Osinoni, 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 Pine Key (low season), Big Pine Key (high season), Big Slough, Payne and Logan Counties, Wolfe Wildlife Refuge

Venezuela: Alto Orinoco

See also Culex "declarator complex", Culex "evansae complex", Culex "group Coronator", Culex "pipiens complex", Culex "section Melanoconion", Culex accelerans, Culex adamesi, Culex akritos, Culex albinensis, Culex amazonensis, Culex ameliae, Culex annulioris, Culex annulirostris, Culex annulus, Culex antennatus, Culex aphylactus, Culex apicinus, Culex argenteopunctatus, Culex Atratus Group, Culex aurantapex, Culex aureonotatus, Culex australicus, Culex bahamensis, Culex bahiensis, Culex bamborum, Culex bastagarius, Culex Bastagarius Subgroup, Culex bequaerti, Culex bidens, Culex bitaeniorhynchus, Culex bonneae, Culex bonnei, Culex brachiatus, Culex brethesi, Culex browni, Culex camposi, Culex caribeanus, Culex caudatus, Culex caudelli, Culex Caudelli Subgroup, Culex chidesteri, Culex chryselatus, Culex chrysonotum, Culex cinerellus, Culex cinereus, Culex clarki, Culex clastrieri, Culex comatus, Culex conservator, Culex contei, Culex coppenamensis, Culex corentynensis, Culex corniger, Culex corniger/lactator, Culex coronator, Culex coronator Complex, Culex Coronator Group, Culex coronator s.l., Culex creole, Culex cristovaoi, Culex crybda, Culex cubiculi, Culex decens, Culex Decens Complex, Culex decens grp., Culex declarator, Culex declarator/mollis, Culex delpontei, Culex Distinguendus Group, Culex dolosus, Culex dolosus/eduardoi, Culex dunni, Culex duttoni, Culex eastor, Culex eastor Form 1, Culex eduardoi, Culex educator, Culex Educator Group, Culex eknomios, Culex elevator, Culex ernanii, Culex erraticus, Culex Erraticus Group, Culex ethiopicus, Culex eumelomyia, Culex evansae, Culex fairchildi, Culex fatigans, Culex faurani, Culex foliafer, Culex fraseri, Culex fuscanus, Culex fuscocephala, Culex fuscocephalus, Culex gelidus, Culex giganteus, Culex globocoxitus, Culex gnomatos, Culex gr. coronator, Culex gr. decens, Culex Gr. Imitator n. sp. 1, Culex gr. Pilosus, Culex group Salinarius, Culex guyanensis, Culex halifaxi, Culex halifaxii, Culex hepperi, Culex hilli, Culex horridus, Culex hutchinson, Culex Idottus Subgroup, Culex imitator, Culex inatomii, Culex inflictus, Culex infula, Culex innovator, Culex insignis, Culex interrogator, Culex Intricatus Group, Culex intrincatus, Culex iolambdis, Culex iridescens, Culex isabelae, Culex johnnyi, Culex johnsoni, Culex khazani, Culex lacertosus, Culex lahillei, Culex laticinctus, Culex latisquama, Culex lygrus, Culex malayi, Culex martinii, Culex maxi, Culex maxinocca, Culex Melanoconion Section, Culex mesodenticulatus, Culex mimeticus, Culex mimulus, Culex modestus, Culex molestus, Culex mollis, Culex mollis/inflictus, Culex n. sp. 1, Culex neavei, Culex nebulosis, Culex nebulosus, Culex neglectus, Culex nigripalpus, Culex nigropunctatus, Culex ocossa, Culex orbostiensis, Culex orientalis, Culex originator, Culex ornatothoracis, Culex palaciosi, Culex pallidothorax, Culex palpalis, Culex peccator, Culex pedroi, Culex Pedroi Subgroup, Culex pedroi/ribeirensis, Culex perexiguus, Culex perfuscus, Culex phlabistus, Culex phyllados, Culex pilosus, Culex Pilosus Group, Culex pipiens, Culex pipiens s.l., Culex pipiens/restuans, Culex pipiens/torrentium, Culex pleuristriatus, Culex poicilipes, Culex portesi, Culex portesi F1, Culex productus, Culex pseudovishnui, Culex pulchrithorax, Culex pullus, Culex putumayensis, Culex quinquefasciatus, Culex quinqufasciatus, Culex renatoi, Culex restrictor, Culex restuans, Culex ribeirensis, Culex ronderosi, Culex rubinotus, Culex sacchettae, Culex salinarius, Culex saltanensis, Culex sec. Melanconion, Culex sec. Spissipes, Culex section of Melanoconion, Culex section Spissipes, Culex secundus, Culex serratimarge, Culex silvai, Culex simpliforceps, Culex simpsoni, Culex simulator, Culex sinensis, Culex sitiens, Culex sitiens gp., Culex sp., Culex sp. 1, Culex sp. 2, Culex sp.1, Culex sp.2, Culex spissipes, Culex Spissipes Section, Culex spp., Culex spp. Atratus Group, Culex spp. Coronator Complex, Culex spp. Melanoconion Section, Culex spp. Pilosus Group, Culex squamosus, Culex starckeae, Culex stonei, Culex symbletos, Culex taeniopus, Culex tarsalis, Culex telesilla, Culex territans, Culex thalassius, Culex theileri, Culex theobaldi, Culex tigripes, Culex torrentium, Culex tournieri, Culex Trifidus Group, Culex trigripes, Culex trisetosus, Culex tritaeniorhynchus, Culex uniformis, Culex univittatus, Culex univittatus/neavei, Culex urichii, Culex usquatus, Culex vagans, Culex vaxus, Culex vaxus F1, Culex vaxus F2, Culex vaxus F3, Culex vaxus Form 3, Culex vaxus/educator, Culex vexans, Culex vishnui, Culex Vishnui Group, Culex vomerifer, Culex vomerifer F2, Culex Vomerifer Group, Culex whitei, Culex whitemorei, Culex whitmorei, Culex wilsoni, Culex xenophobus n. sp. 1, Culex ybarmis, Culex zeteki, Culex zombaensis