Mansonia titillans (mosquito)

Abundance: 0.01 to 91.28% (median 1.64%)

Latitudinal range: -34.6° to 19.6°

Habitats: mangrove (2), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (2), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (16), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (13), tropical/subtropical savanna (3)

Found in 36 samples

Argentina: Buenos Aires City, Vicente López and Tigre Municipalities, Resistencia, Monte Alto, Kilometer 1031

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

Brazil: Área de Preservação Ambiental de Guapimirim, Anhanguera Park (adults), Guapiaçu Ecological Reserve (Site A, CDC trap), Agronomy Center for the Vale do Ribeira (CDC-LT), Reserva Natural do Morro da Mina, Barcelos, 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, 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 (Shannon), Campus Professor Edgard Santos da Universidade Federal do Oeste da Bahia, Mato Grosso, São João, Sonho Real (Falcão trap, residual forest)

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

Costa Rica: Palo Verde Biological Station

Guatemala: Puerto Barrios (mosquitoes)

Mexico: Park Molinos de San Roque (rainy season)

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

Venezuela: Alto Orinoco

See also Mansonia, Mansonia africana, Mansonia altissima, Mansonia amazonensis, Mansonia annulata, Mansonia annulifera, Mansonia bonneae, Mansonia dives, Mansonia dyari, Mansonia fasciolata, Mansonia flaveola, Mansonia humeralis, Mansonia indubitans, Mansonia indubitans/titillans, Mansonia nigricans, Mansonia pseudotitillans, Mansonia septempunctata, Mansonia sp., Mansonia spp., Mansonia titillans/indubitans, Mansonia uniformis, Mansonia wilsoni