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Index to Florida Mosquito and Sandfly references in Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory (FMEL) Publications

Compiled by:
Late M. W. Provost. (1977). FMEL publications #1-418;
Jai K. Nayar. (2002). FMEL publications #419-1020

List of Florida mosquito and sandfly species studied in detail by FMEL faculty and staff from 1948 to 2002.

MOSQUITOES

Family Culicidae

Subfamily Culicinae

Aedes (Aedes) cinereus
Aedes (Aedimorphus) vexans (Meigen)
Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti (Linnaeus)
Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Skuse)
Coquilletidia (Coquilletidia) perturbans (Walker)
Culex (Culex) nigripalpus Theobald
Culex (Culex) pipiens quinquefasciatus Say
Culex (Culex) restuans Theobald
Culex (Culex) salinarius Coquillett
Culex (Melanoconion)spp.
Culiseta (Climacura) melaneura (Coquillett)
Deinocerites cancer Theobald
Mansonia (Mansonia) dyari Belkin, Heinrmann and Page
Mansonia (Mansonia) titillans (Walker)
Ochlerotatus (Howardina) bahamensis (Berlin)
Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) atlanticus (Dyar and Knab)
Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) fulvus pallens (Ross)
Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) infirmatus (Dyar and Knab)
Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) mitchellae (Dyar)
Ocherotatus (Ochlerotatus) sollicitans (Walker)
Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) taeniorhynchus (Weidemann)
Ochlerotatus (Protomacleaya) triseriatus (Say)
Psorophora (Grabhamia)columbiae (Dyar and Knab)
Psorophora(Janthinosoma) ferox (von Humboldt)
Psorophora (Janthinosoma) johanstonii Lynch Arribalzaga
Psorophora (Psorophora) ciliata (Fabricius)
Psorophora (Psorophora) howardii Coquillett
Uranotaenia (Uranotaenia) lowii Theobald
Uranotaenia (Uranotaenia) sapphirina (Osten Sacken)
Wyeomyia (Wyeomyia) mitchellii (Theobald)
Wyeomyia (Wyeomyia) vanduzeei Dyar and Knab

Subfamily Anophelinae

Anopheles (Nyssorhynchus) albimanus Wiedemann
Anopheles (Anopheles)atropos Dyar and Knab
Anopheles (Anopheles) crucians Wiedemann
Anopheles (Anopheles) quadrimaculatus Say

Subfamily Toxorhynchinae

Toxorhynchites rutilus rutilus (Coquillett)

Toxorhynchites ambionensis

SANDFLIES

Family Ceratopogonidae

Atrichopogon wirthi
Culicoides arboricola
Culicoides floridensis
Culicoides furens
Culicoides melleus
Culicoides variipennis
Dasyhelea chani
Forcipomyia dolichopodida

Leptoconops (H.) linley

SPECIAL TOPICS AND/OR REVIEWS

General Topics
Authors
Bromeliad-inhabiting mosquitoes
Mosquito identification keys
Mosquito adult and larval control
Parasites, arboviruses and diseases
Proteolytic enzymes in insects
Rotary Ditching
Scanning electron microscopy
Salt marsh impoundments
Ticks in Florida
Treehole mosquitoes (Diptera)

Visual ecology of biting flies

Family Culicidae

Family Culicidae 894, 998
Adult, female 998
larva, 4th instar 998

Subfamily Culicinae

Aedes (Aedes) cinereus

distribution, new Florida records 60

Aedes (Aedimorphus) vexans

blood-engorged, behavior 171, 218, 325, 339   nutrients vs. wing length 688
establishment 457   host blood 279
egg     nectar feeding 314
fine structure 756   ovarian stages and parity 339
chorionic sculpturing 756   sampling, adult  
flight     bait traps 325
activity 157, 171, 218, 268, 325, 339   light traps 157, 325
humidity and rain effects 268, 325   power aspirator 171, 218, 268, 314, 325
moon effect 325, 338   sound trap 157
paths, sites, orientation 157, 218, 268, 338, 339, 448   suction trap 157, 218, 268, 314, 325, 338, 339
rhythms, daily 294   truck net 157, 218, 325
temperature effects 268, 325   visual attraction 441
wind effect 268   growth 225, 226, 237

Aedes (Protomacleaya) hendersoni

distribution 894

Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti

Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti 462, 466   infection with D. immitis 565, 673
20-OH-ecdysone     infection with D. immitis 673, 769
activity 27   inhibits  
adult     insemination 462
adult 64, 69, 144   interspecific competition 1014
after feeding 329, 330, 334, 384   intracellular concretions 769
assessment 192   isozyme variation 701
at emergence 226, 237   juvenile hormone (JH) 649
autogeny 142   laboratory 620
binding to mosquito gut 865   larval marking 462
biosynthesis 816, 821, 835, 881   larval, protein 622
biosynthesis 625   life table characteristics  
biosynthesis 882   lipids 151, 261
biosynthesis and distribution 603, 650   longevity, adults  
biosynthesis in male accessory glands 872   Malpighian tubules  
blood digestion 243, 245   mating without insemination 179
blood digestion 674, 735, 908   mechanism of coexistence 1014
blood digestion     metabolism 816, 821
blood feeding 462, 567, 874   metabolism 846
carbohydrates 151, 312, 329, 330   metabolism  
characterization 846   methoprene 603
characterization 625   midgut proteolytic enzyme 674, 735, 696, 736
characterization 846   migration of microfilariae from midgut 901
colonized in bromeliads 577   nectar feeding 462
control 459   nutritional factors in development of Brugia 772
decline vs Ae. albopictus 906   nutritional reserves  
defecation 925   oogenesis 908
desiccation 1014   oostatic factor 749
determination 681, 695   oostatic hormone (TMOF) 594, 771, 823, 846, 967
digestion 908   ovarian development 462
dispersal 462   ovary-specific protein 440
diuresis     oviposition 462, 482
ecdysone, biosynthesis and distribution 603   oviposition preference 577
ecdysteroids 674   peptide hormone (TMOF) 823, 846, 882
effect of adult age 312   peritrophic membrane 335
effect of age 245   phenoloxidase activity 890
effect of copper liners 827   plant sugars in adults 870
effect of D. immitis infection 726   potential  
effect of D. immitis infection 725   protease 674, 681
effect of larval crowding 237, 294   proteins 330, 399
effect of mating 245   purification 625
effect of parity 245   recycling of discarded tires 459
effect on adults 226, 237   refractoriness to D. immitis 565
effect on egg maturation 127, 163, 205, 465, 589, 603   reproductive cycle 470
effect on metabolism 151   rhythm, daily 294, 296
effect on trypsin biosynthesis 908   scanning electron microscopy 719
egg     secretion 892
egg development 674, 735, 908   size and weight 237
egg development, neurosecretory hormone 470, 471, 589, 603   stimulus for vitellogenesis 574
encapsulation of Brugia malayi     sugar feeding 144, 329, 334, 874
endocrines     survival 874
energy reserves     susceptibility/refractoriness to D. immitis 565, 673, 701
excretion 925   synthesis and degradation 699
factors 225   terminal abdominal ganglion 925
fecundity 329, 330, 334, 384, 874   thermal tolerance 1014
fed 264, 329, 330   trypsin 674
field 620   trypsin biosynthesis 908
flight     trypsin modulating oostatic hormone (TMOF) 834, 842, 882, 967
fuel utilization 312   trypsinlike enzyme 823
genetics 701   unfed (potential) 264
growth, larval     uric acid 925
gut receptor 865   vector of dog heartworm 365
gut transport     vector of human filariasis 536
immunochemistry 865, 882   vitellin and vitellogenin 674
in vitro development of Brugia spp. 763, 779   vitellogenesis 399, 437, 449, 452, 470, 570, 571, 574, 589, 603, 648
infection with Brugia patei 561   vitellogenin synthesis 452, 471, 504, 570
infection with Brugia sp. 731

Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus

arboviruses 632   host of Dirofilaria immitis 974
Ascogregarina tawinanensis 974   interspecific competition 1014
bacterial abundance in larval habitats 935   invasion 945
control in waste tires 932   invasion of bromeliads 916
control possibilities 945, 982   invasion of cemeteries 804, 811, 823, 935
control with copper liners 827, 935   mechanism of coexistence 1014
desiccation 1014   scanning EM 719
distribution(spread) 851, 906, 945, 982   size vs. fecundity 996
egg     thermal tolerance 1014
evaluation of larvicides 898   vector potential 945

Coquillettidia (Coquillettidia) pertubans (Mansonia perturbans)

abundance 757   humidity, rain, moon, temperature effects 157
activity 157   laboratory 620
bait traps 157   larval development 181
control, adult 23, 138   light trap 23, 65, 157, 392
distribution 757   nectar feeding 314
field 620   nutritional reserves  
flight     paths, sites and orientation 157, 218, 268, 338
generations per year 25, 181, 392   plant association 434, 516, 757
growth 181   sampling, adult  
host, blood 279   swarming, male 115

Culex (Culex) sp.

larval identification, first instar larvae 531
mosquito attractant, 1-Octenl-3-OL 766
seasonal abundance 477

Culex (Culex) bahamensis

distribution, new Florida records 60, 894
flight rhythm, daily 294, 296
growth 225, 226, 237
host, blood 327

Culex( Culex) nigripalpus

Culex( Culex) nigripalpus 200, 458   lipids 385
abundance following rainfall 200, 971   longevity  
activity 157, 259, 268, 314, 325, 339   mating and insemination 280, 439
adult 418, 422   metabolism  
after feeding 329, 330, 334, 384   moon effect 157, 325, 338
at emergence 175, 237,385   morphology  
attractiveness     natural history 200
autogeny 200   nectar feeding  
avian-pox 464   nutritional reserves 439
Bacillus thuringensis var. israelensis 972   occurrence 31, 200, 314, 419, 836
bait trap 157, 271, 325   ovarian age grading and parity 171, 259, 325, 339, 478
behavior 438   ovarian development 352, 444
behavior of blood engorged 171, 218, 325, 339   ovariolar dilatations 454
behavior, general 189, 291, 333, 339, 353, 369, 567, 677, 836   ovary-specific protein 440
blood-feeding 439   oviposition 439, 677
bobwhile quail 1003   paths, sites and orientation 157, 268, 338, 339, 448
body size, effect of environment 174, 745   pattern 857
breeding and rain effect 200, 477   periptrophic membrane 362, 613, 655
carbohydrate reserves, resting/flying 689   peritrophic membrane 313, 335, 362
carbohydrates 312, 329, 330, 385   Phosphorus32 marking technique 422
chemical, adult 69, 129, 139   physiology 330, 334, 352, 353, 362, 384
chemical, larvae 139   potential 237, 294, 312
chickens 1003   potential vector of EEE 931
chromatographic technique 419   potential vectors of Plasmodium elongatum 960
colonization 973   power aspirator 171, 218, 268, 314, 325
control     proteases 613, 655
crossing colonized and wild 242   proteins 330
digestion 613, 655   pupation rhythm, circadian 174, 200
dispersal of P32 marked adults 259, 430   rain effect on 31
distribution, geographical 200   rearing, mass 276
ectoperitrophic fluid 655   resting box 178
effect of impounding salt marsh 138   resting habits 200
effect of rainfall 729, 884, 971   rhythm, daily 200, 294, 296
effect of rainfall 857, 884   sampling  
egg development 174   seasonal 720
emergence     seasonal abundance  
endocrine effect, egg maturation 205   sentinel chickens 595
energy reserves     size and weight 175, 200, 237
evaluation of biotic and abiotic factors     sound trap 157
fecundity, control 329, 330, 334, 352, 353, 384   St. Louis encephalitis 135
fed 200, 329, 330   suction trap 157, 218, 268, 314, 325, 338
field 620   sugar feeding 419, 439
flight     survival of adults 175
fuel utilization 312   survival of P32 marked adults 430, 439
genetics     swarming, male 113, 200
growth, larval 174, 175, 200, 237, 385   temperature effects 113, 157, 268, 325
habitat, breeding 20, 200   truck net 157, 171, 218, 325
host behavior 254, 291, 292, 299, 333, 369, 567   trypsin 613, 695
host preference 1003   Turkey malaria (Plasmodium hermani) 396, 443, 447, 473, 581
host-location 677   unfed (potential) 175, 200, 385
hosts 189, 200, 327   vector of dog heartworm 365, 534
humidity and rain effects 157, 200, 230, 268, 275, 325, 595, 884   vector of parasites, viruses and/or diseases  
influence of rainfall 684, 884, 971   Virus  
laboratory 620   visual attraction 441, 455
larval 422   vitellogenin synthesis 437
larval, protein 622   wind effects 157, 268, 271, 325
light trap 157, 171, 259, 280, 325

Culex (Culex) pipiens quinquefasciatus

blood-feeding 567, 776   ovaries 802
colonized in bromeliads 577   oviposition 482, 776
control 69, 139   oviposition preference 577
effect of Bacillus sphaericus 631   postvitellogenic metabolism 802
eggs 855   protein accumulation 622
energy reserves     rearing, mass 276
flight patterns 294, 296   reproductive system, male 94
glycogen and lipid reserves 802   sampling, adult 192, 280
growth, larval 225, 226, 237   season, breeding and rain effect 200, 477
hosts, blood 327   seasonal 720
insecticide treatment, adults 803   starvation, after blood-feeding 776, 802
mating and insemination 280, 284   swarming, male 113, 159
metabolism, embryonic 855   trypsin 695
nutritional reserves 622   vector of dog heartworm 365, 534
ovarian age grading 478   visual attraction 441

Culex (Culex) restuans

colonization 973   oviposition, seasonal 720
flight paths 268   potential vectors of Plasmodium elongatum 960
host of Plasmodium forresteri 948   sampling, adult 268
hosts, blood 327   vector (experimental)of P. hermani 468
ovarian age grading 478

Culex (Culex) salinarius

colonization 973   oviposition, seasonal 720
effect of salt-marsh impoundment 138   paths, sites and orientation 268, 338
flight     potential vector of EEE 931
growth, larval 225, 226   potential vectors of Plasmodium elongatum 960
host of Plasmodium hermani 447   power aspirator 314
hosts, blood 327   rhythm, daily 294, 296
moon effects 338   sampling, adult  
nectar feeding 314   seasonal abundance and breeding 200, 477
ovarian age grading 478   suction trap 268, 338

Culex (Culex) tarsalis

distribution, new Florida records 60
hosts, blood 327
sampling, adult, for control assessment 192

Culex (Melanoconion) spp.

activity 325   ovarian stages and parity 171, 325, 339
bait trap 325   paths, site and orientation 268, 338
Blood-engorged, behavior 171, 325   power aspirator 171, 268, 314, 325
flight     sampling, adult  
humidity and rain effects 325   suction trap 268, 325, 338
identification key 278   temperature effects 325
light trap 325   truck net 325
moon effects 116, 325, 338   virus, SLE positive 135
nectar feeding 314

Culex (Melanoconion) erraticus

effect of salt-marsh impoundment 138
host-feeding 431, 573
identification keys 278

Culex (Melanoconion) iolambdis

distribution, new Florida records 60
host-feeding 431
identification keys 278
ovarian age grading 478

Culex (Melanoconin) mulrennani

distribution, new Florida records 60, 894
identification keys 278

Culex (Melanoconion) opithopus

distribution, new Florida records 60
host-feeding 431
identification keys 278
Ovarian age grading 478

Culex (Melanoconion) pecator

identification keys 278
host-feeding 431

Culex (Micraedes) biscaynensis

bionomics 975
description 975
distribution 975
in bromeliads 943

Culex (Mochlostyrax) pilosus

breeding in Keys 20
Flight paths 448
Host-feeding 431
identification keys 278

Culex (Neoculex) territans

hosts, blood 327
nectar, feeding 314
power aspirator 327
resting box 178, 327
sampling, adult  

Culiseta (Culiseta) inornata

hosts, blood 297
reproductive system 94

Culiseta (Climacura) melanura

activity 157, 268, 314, 339   paths, site and orientation 268, 338, 339, 448
bait trap 157   power aspirator 171, 268, 314
blood-engorged, behavior 171, 339   resting box 178, 297
flight behavior 438   sampling, adult  
growth, larval 225   sound trap 157
hosts, blood 297   suction trap 157, 268, 314, 338
humidity and rain effects 157, 268   swarming, male 115
light trap 157   temperature effects 157, 268
moon effects 157, 338   truck net 157
nectar feeding 314   visual attraction 441
ovarian stages and parity 339   wind effects 268

Deinocerites cancer

autogeny 429, 586   growth 225
blood feeding 730   hosts, blood 328
breeding in Keys 20   mating 730
distribution, new Florida records 60   nectar feeding 314, 730
fecundity 730   pupal attendance 166, 204
flight behavior 438   reproductive system, male 94
flight factors 65, 116, 275   sampling, adult 65, 157, 328
gonotrophic cycle 730   sugar-feeding 586

Deinocerites pseudes

autogeny 586
mating 586
sugar-feeding 586

Mansonia (Mansonia) dyari (Mansonia indubitans)

adults 23, 65, 157, 392   generations per year 23, 181, 392
body size 737   growth, larval 181
control, adult 23   larvae 123, 181
distribution, new Florida records 60   oviposition 714
egg development 737   parity 737
egg hatching 714   plant association 434, 561, 573, 714
egg, ultrastructure 686   tergal spines 713
fecundity 737

Mansonia (Mansonia) titillans

adults 268, 413, 338, 392   hosts, blood 279
distribution, new Florida records 60   larvae 123, 181
dog heartworm, vector 365   longevity, fed 329, 330
egg hatching, photoperiodic control 714   nectar-feeding 314
egg-hatching rhythm 307   oviposition 664, 714
eggs, ultrastructure 605, 686   plant association 434, 516, 573, 714
fecundity 329, 312, 338   tergal spines 713
generations per year 392

Ochlerotatus (Howardina) bahamensis (Aedes bahamensis)

autogeny 832   egg, scanning electron microscopy 719
blood-feeding 832   host and potential vector of SLE 777
distribution 692, 906   invasion of bromeliads 916

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) atlanticus (Aedes atlanticus)

control assessment 192   paths, site, orientation 268, 338
distribution 20, 60   power aspirator 171, 314
hosts, blood 279   suction trap 268, 338
moon effect 338   swarming, male 115
nectar feeding 314   virus, California 253

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) fulvus-pallens (Aedes fulvus-pallens)

hosts, blood 279
nectar feeding 314
reproductive system, male 94
sampling by power aspirator 314

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) infirmatus (Aedes infirmatus)

behavior of engorged 171, 218   paths, site, orientation 218, 268, 338
chorionic sculpturing 756   power aspirator 171, 218, 268, 314
fine structure 756   reproductive system, male 94
hosts 279   rhythms, daily 296
larval growth 225, 226, 237   seasonal occurrence 23
moon effect 338   suction trap 218, 268, 338
nectar feeding 314   virus, California 253

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) mitchellae (Aedes mitchellae)

crossing with Ae. sollicitans 351   hosts, blood 279
activity 171   power aspirator 171, 268
moon effect 338   suction trap 338
paths, sites, orientation 268, 338   seasonal occurrence 23
temperature effect 171

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) sollicitans (Aedes sollicitans)

abundance, factors 715   lipids 114, 152, 153, 160, 214, 319
activity 116, 157, 171, 325   Malpighian tubules 583
after feeding 301, 329, 330, 334, 384   metabolism 151, 136
at emergence 153, 226, 237   moon effect 116, 325
bait trap 157, 325   nectar feeding and rain effect 31
behavior of engorged 325   paths, sites, orientation 268
breeding habitats 20, 380   physiology 330, 334, 384
carbohydrates 114, 153, 160, 173, 212, 214, 146, 250, 312, 319, 566   potential 237, 294, 312
chemical 69, 93, 139   power aspirator 171, 268, 325
crossing with Ae. mitchellae 351   proteins 330, 566
distribution 17, 20, 23   rearing on sterile diet 161
effect of temperature 152, 160, 566   rhythms, daily 294, 296
effect on egg maturation 127, 163, 255, 262, 400   salt-marsh management 421
egg development neurosecretory hormone (EDNH) 470   size and weight 226, 237
fecundity 329, 330, 334, 384   sound trap 157
fed 153, 301, 329, 330   source reduction 421
flight behavior 438   suction trap 157, 268, 325
fuel utilization 250, 312   swarming, male 31, 72
hosts 279   temperature dependence survival 309
humidity and rain effects 157, 325   temperature effects 157, 171, 325
impoundment 138, 808   truck trap 116, 157, 325
intracellular melanization of D. immitis 583   unfed (potential) 153, 301, 309
larval growth 225, 226, 237, 313   vector of dog heartworm 365
light trap 17, 65, 157, 325   wind effects 325

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) sticticus (Aedes sticticus)

flight behavior and sampling 157

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) taeniorhynchus (Aedes taeniorhynchus)

abundance, factors 715   lipids 114, 151, 238, 303, 385
accessory gland and role 95, 593   male dependent 582
activity 24, 25, 27, 40, 116, 156, 157, 218, 314, 325, 397   male terminalia, rotation 102
actual 24, 41, 53, 89   males as mating stimulators 973
adult 44, 69, 82, 125, 129, 139,349   Malpighian tubules, ultrastructure 535
after feeding 264, 301, 316, 329, 330, 334, 384   mating 25, 53, 59, 72, 90, 284, 293, 308, 374, 400
age determination 53   mating and insemination 293
aggregation 196   metabolism 151, 215, 231, 238
anal papillae 315   migration 25, 41, 53
anatomy 92, 94, 109   migratory exodus 89
at emergence 145, 196, 197, 215, 217, 237, 385   moon effects 116, 157, 325
autogeny 66, 311, 366, 429, 702   mosquito oostatic hormone 594
Bacillus thuringensis var. israelensis 972   natural history, general 380
bait 24, 41, 157, 192, 325   nutrition 614, (640)
balloon-net 89   nutritional reserves at emergence 197
behavior 90, 270, 614 (644)   occurrence 31, 115, 314, 742
behavior of engorged 171, 218, 325   osmoregulation 315
behavior, general 364, 366   ovarian stages and parity 25, 53, 116, 171, 325, 397
biting 311   paths, sites, orientation 25, 53, 89, 157, 218, 268, 325, 338
carbohydrates 114, 151, 215, 231, 238, 250, 264, 303, 316, 329, 330, 385   photoperiod 28, 169, 188, 196, 197
colonization 59, 538   polymorphism, flight 217
cone 84, 89   potential 196, 217, 237, 221, 260, 264, 266, 293, 303, 364
control assessment 192   power-aspirator 171, 218, 268, 314, 325
cycles 24, 25   protein 303
density 25, 169, 196, 197, 385   pupal 28, 77, 165, 169
development 215   pupal behavior 270
development and emergence 24, 41   pupal duration 77, 270
diet control 136, 196, 197, 217, 266, 311, 329, 330, 334, 384, 702   pupation rhythm, circadian 28, 164, 165, 169, 176,188, 215, 221
diseases 120, 155, 198, 199   rain effect 31
dispersal 24, 27, 41, 145, 146   recovery techniques 24, 41
distinguishing characteristics 614, (637)   reproduction 614 (641)
distribution and abundance 17, 614, (642)   rhythms, circadian 31, 260, 296, 397
dog heartworm 365   rotating 41
effect of D. immitis infection 562, 660   rotation of male terminalia 53, 102
effect of mating 314, 400, 702   salinity 169, 197, 315
effect of temperature 77, 270, 282   salt-marsh management 138, 207, 211, 421
effect on feeding and flight behavior 364   screening 64
egg development neurosecretory hormone 163, 470, 471, 589, 594   sexual behavior 614
egg maturation 127, 136, 163, 205, 247, 391   size and weight 53, 196, 197, 215, 217, 237
emergence 28, 146   sound 157
emergence, adult 25, 28, 41, 165, 169   source reduction 421
endocrine control 127, 136, 247, 374, 391, 400   stenogamy 308
excretion 614, (640)   stenogamy, male dependent 582
fed 264, 266, 282, 329, 330   sterile rearing 161
female dependent control 308, 366   sticky 89, 293
field 438, 614, (643)   study methods 89
field observation 25   suction 116, 157, 192, 218, 268, 314, 325, 338, 397
flight paths 325, 338   sugar feeding 702
food 28, 169, 196, 197, 385   swarming and mating 72, 113
fuel utilization 250, 303, 312, 614   swarming, male 25, 31, 72, 90, 113, 293
fungus infection 120   sweep-net 24, 397
genetic control 366   synchronization 145, 146, 165, 176, 196
geographic distribution 17, 20, 311, 366   temperature 28,169, 188, 196, 197, 282
gynandromorphism 92   temperature effects 113, 115, 157, 159, 325
habitats, breeding 20, 24, 25, 41, 376, 380   temperature, effect on larval behavior 270
hosts, blood 244, 330, 334, 384, 538, 552, 614   terminalia rotation, male 102
humidity and rain effects 25, 115, 157, 230, 325   transmission 198, 199
insemination 284, 293   trapping 157
laboratory 217, 364, 614, (640)   truck net 14, 116, 156, 157, 171, 192, 218, 325
larval 25, 28, 76, 93, 118, 120, 139, 155, 169, 188, 196, 198, 199, 380, 808   unfed (potential) 264, 266, 385
larval crowding 294   vector of Dog heartworm 365, 534, 535
larval marking 24, 41   vector of human filariasis 536
lethal trait 347   vertical transmission of SLE 624
light 17, 24, 65, 157, 171, 192, 325, 397   virus, iridescent 155
light effects 25, 159, 260   vitellogenesis 593, 594

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) thelcter (Aedes thelcter)

breeding in Keys 20
distribution, new Florida records 60, 894

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) thibaulti (Aedes thibaulti)

distribution, new Florida records 60

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) tormentor (Aedes tormentor)

distribution, new Florida records 60

Ochlerotatus (Ochlerotatus) tortilis (Aedes tortilis)

breeding in Keys 20
distribution, new Florida records 60

Ochlerotatus (Protomacleaya) triseriatus (Aedes triseriatus)

accessory gland role 95   food type 831
anatomy 94   growth and effects 225, 226
breeding in Keys 20   hosts, blood 229
development and distribution 608   long term trends 954
eggs, scanning EM 711, 849   nectar feeding 314
endocrine control of egg maturation 127, 163   peritrophic membrane 313, 315
extinction 954   predation 831
fitness 831   predation by T. rutilus 954
flight, effect of larval breeding 294

Orthodpmyia alba

distribution 984

Psorophora spp.

mating and swarming 55

Psorophora (Psorophora ) ciliata

activity 171   paths, site and orientation 268, 338
control 69, 139   power aspirator 171, 268
hosts, blood 297   predation on salt-marsh mosquitoes 25
mating and pre-mating 55, 72   suction trap 268, 338
moon effects 338   swarming, male 55, 72

Psorophora (Grabhamia) columbiae (P. confinnis)

activity 157, 171, 325   nectar feeding 314
bait trap 157, 271, 325   ovarian stages and parity 171, 325
blood-engorged, behavior 171, 218, 325   paths, site and orientation 218, 268, 325, 339, 448
chorionic structure 750   peritrophic membrane 313
control 23, 69, 139   potential 312
fecundity 329, 330, 334, 384   power aspirator 171, 218, 268, 314
fine structure 750   rhythm, daily 294, 296
flight behavior 438   seasonal occurrence 23
fuel utilization 312   sound trap 157
growth, larval 225, 226, 237   suction trap 157, 218, 268, 314,325, 338
hosts, blood 279   swarming and pre-swarming 55
light trap 157, 171, 325   temperature effects 171, 325
longevity, fed 329, 330   truck net 157, 171, 218, 325
mating and swarming 55   visual attraction 441
moon effects 116, 325, 338   wind effects 325

Psorophora (Janthinosoma)cyanescens

distribution, new Florida records 60

Psorophora (Janthinosoma) ferox

blood-engorged, behavior 171, 218   ovarian stages and parity 171, 325
breeding in Keys 20, 894   paths, site and orientation 218, 268
chorionic structure 750   peritrophic membrane 313
fine structure 750   power aspirator 171, 218, 268, 314
growth, larval 225, 226, 237   rhythm, daily 294, 296
hosts, blood 279   suction trap 218, 268
mating and swarming 55, 72, 115   swarming , males 72, 113, 115
nectar feeding 31, 115, 314

Psorophora (Janthinosoma) horrida

distribution, new Florida records 60

Psorophora (Psorophora) howardii

accessory glands and role 95   nectar feeding 31
anatomy 94   paths 268
blood-engorged, behavior 218   power aspirator 218
breeding in Keys 20   suction trap 218, 268
fungus infection 120   swarming, male 72, 113
hosts, blood 279   temperature effects 113
mating and swarming 55, 72

Psorophora (Janthinosoma) johnstoni

biology, in Florida Keys 20
mating and swarming 55, 72
swarming, male 72
taxonomy 20

Psorophora (Grabhamia) pygmaea

breeding in Keys 20
distribution, new Florida records 60

Uranotaenia (Uranotaenia) lowii

activity 157, 171   paths, sites, orientation 268, 325, 338, 448
bait trap 325   power aspirator 171, 268, 314, 325
behavior 438   reproductive system, male 94
blood-engorged, behavior 171, 325   sound trap 157
breeding in Keys 20   suction trap 157, 268, 325, 338
effects of salt-marsh impoundment 138   temperature effects 71
light trap 65, 157, 325   truck net 325
moon, effects 157, 338   visual attraction 441
nectar feeding 314

Uranotaenia (Uranotaenia) sapphirina

activity 157, 171, 325   paths, sites, orientation 268, 338, 448
bait trap 157, 325   power aspirator 171, 268, 314, 325
behavior 438   sound trap 157
blood-engorged, behavior 171, 325   suction trap 157, 268, 325, 338
effects of salt-marsh impoundment 138   temperature effects 171
light trap 65, 157, 325   truck net 325
moon, effects 157, 325, 338   visual attraction 441
nectar feeding 314

Wyeomyia spp.

host blood 405
in bromeliads 485, 916

Wyeomyia (Wyeomyia) haynei

distribution, new Florida records 60

Wyeomyia (Wyeomyia) mitchelli (medioalbipes)

blood-feeding 474   marking with P32 474
dispersal 474   nectar-feeding 314, 474
eggs 453   nutrition 474
emergence, circadian rhythm 418   ovarian development 474
energy reserves 385   oviposition 591
insemination 474   oviposition preference 577, 584
hosts, blood 405   populations and bromeliad size 402
larval feeding strategy 403   presence is bromeliads 554
longevity, fed 385   survival 474

Wyoemyia (Wyeomyia) smithii

autogeny 442, 476   fecundity 476
distribution 894   larval environment 476
eggs 453   reproductive maturation 467

Wyeomyia (Wyeomyia) vanduzeei

avian pox 464   host of Plasmodium hermani 435, 447
autogeny 427, 429   larval feeding strategy 403
bionomics 461   oviposition 376, 461,591
breeding in Keys 20   oviposition preference 577, 584
bromeliad size effect 402   parasite effect 410
eggs 453   mark-release-recapture experiments 409
egg mortality and rain 404   predation by Tox. r.ritilus 548
growth 225, 607   presence is bromeliads 554
hosts, blood 405   sex ratio 607

Subfamily Anophelinae

Anopheles species 357
chromosomal differences 401
salt-marsh 853

Anopheles (Nyssorhnchus) albimanus

adult morphology 936   inversions 359, 389
black larvae 381   mating in cages 372
breeding in Keys 325   production 360
competitive behavior 368   pupation 936
distribution, new records 60   survival to pupation 936
emergence 936   wing length 936
esterases 510

Anopheles (Anopheles) atropos

abundance 853   moon effect on light trapping 65
effect of impounding salt marshes 138   nectar feeding 31
flight behavior 438   parity 853
habitat, breeding 380   potential vector 931
hatching, delayed 380   scanning electron microscopy 815

Anopheles (Anopheles ) barberi

distribution, new Florida records 60

Anopheles (Anopheles) bradleyi

effect of salt marsh impounding 138
flight patterns 276
growth 225, 226
larval, Paris green 76

Anopheles (Anopheles) crucians

abundance 853   potential vector of EEE 931
activity 151, 171, 268, 325, 339   power aspirator 218, 268, 314
bait trap 157, 325   reproductive system, male 94
blood-engorged, behavior 218, 325, 339   resting boxes 178
breeding in Keys 20   sound trap 157
control 23, 138   suction trap 157, 218, 268, 314, 325, 338, 339
humidity and rain effect 157, 268, 275   swarming, male 115
light trap 65, 157, 325   temperature effects 268
moon effect 116, 157, 325, 338   truck net 157, 218, 325
nectar feeding 314   virus, California 253
ovarian stages and parity 325, 339   visual attraction 441
parity 853   wind effect 268
paths, sites, orientation 157, 218, 268, 338, 339, 448

Anopheles grabhamii

in Florida 1020

Anopheles (Anopheles ) perplexens

egg, scanning EM 885

Anopheles (Anopheles ) punctipennis

egg, scanning EM 885
flight behavior and sampling 157
vector of Plasmodium berghei 549

Anopheles (Anopheles ) quadrimaculatus

activity 157, 268, 325   light traps 65, 157, 325
bait traps 157   longevity, fed 329,330
binding to Brugia malayi parasite 914   migration of microfilariae from midgut 901
blood-engorged, behavior 218, 325, 567   moon effect 157, 325, 338
carbohydrate inhibition 914   nectar feeding 314
characterization 822   nutritional factors in development of Brugia spp. 772
complex to infection with Brugia spp. 805   paths, sites, orientation 268, 338
control 23, 69, 138, 139   peritrophic membrane 335
effect of D. immitis infection 562, 660   phenoloxidase activity 890
effect of wounding 924   potential 312
egg, scanning EM (complex spp.) 850   power aspirator 268
encapsulation of Brugia malayi 937   proteins 672
flight muscle 900   resting box 178, 279
fluid 119   rhythms, daily 294, 296
fuel utilization 312   sound trap 157
growth 225, 226   suction trap 157, 218, 268, 314, 325, 338
hemagglutinins 840, 937   susceptibility to Brugia sp. 561, 733
host of Plasmodium vivax 947   swarming, male 113
host, blood 279   temperature effects 113, 157, 268
humidity and rain effects 157, 268   to infection with Brugia spp. 805
immune response 937   truck net 157, 218, 325
in vitro development of Brugia spp. 763, 845   ultrastructure 666, 838, 867, 900
intracellular development of Brugia malayi 838, 839, 845   ultrastructure after D. immitis infection 666
intracellular melanization of Brugia spp. 694, 822, 838, 845   vector of Plasmodium vivax 947
lectin binding 838, 933   visual attraction 441
lectins 937   wind effect 268

Anopheles (Anopheles) walkeri

breeding season in Leesburg 23
moon effect on light traps 65

Subfamily Toxorhynchinae

body size 934
in bromeliads 485
larval cannibalism 934
sexual receptivity 934

Toxorhynchites amboinensis

attractant 678, 718   longevity 626
body size 934   predator/prey relations 678
cues 794   predatory behavior 731, 896
diel rhythm 626   repellent 678
egg cannibalism 678, 712   search behavior 837, 844
egg, scanning electron microscopy 687, 728   sexual receptivity 934
fecundity 626   site selection 794
flight 661   surface reflectance 794
larval cannibalism 934

Toxorhynchites brevipalpis

egg cannibalism 712
oviposition attractant 718
predatory behavior 731, 896

Toxorhynchites (Lynchiella) rutilus rutilus

body size 934, 958   natural prey 997
cannibalism 717, 992   oviposition 787
development 608, 954   predator frequency 954
digestion 997   rate of increase 958
distribution 608, 787   scanning electron microscopy 687
electivity 997   search behavior 844
larval cannibalism 934   seasonality 954
life tables 992   sexual receptivity 934
mortality 992   survivorship 992
natural predator 548

Toxorhynchites splendens

egg cannibalism 712
egg, scanning electron microscopy 728
oviposition attractant 718

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Sandflies

autogeny 530   sandflies associated with Pistia stratiotes 852
biting midges and human health 484   tourism 258
Ceratopogonidae 484, 602   vectors of non-viral pathogens 602
salt marsh biting midges 379

Atrichopogon wirthi

description 676
development, laboratory 693
distribution 752
life history 752

Culicoides arboricola

description 256

Culicoides floridensis

pupa 239

Culicoides furens

activity 854   food, natural 861
age 604   grooming organ 331
autogeny 227   insecticide treatment, adults 803
colonization 195   lateral abdominal pigmentation 604
collection 38   nutritional state 854
emergence, seasonal 248   oogenesis 604
evaluation of naled 656   rearing technique 216
feeding behavior 861   tergal pigmentation 568
field activity patterns 98

Culicoides melleus

body stimulus 533   potency 318, 321
copulation 354, 355   precopulatory orientation 533
culture of larval food 433   seasonal change in pupal sex ratio 426
diuresis 559   sexual behavior 345, 411
ecology and behavior 287   sexual receptivity 320
ejaculation 346   sexual response 487
female fecundity 386   size 386
grooming organ 331   sperm motility 463
growth and survival 580   sperm supply 370
larval food 580   spermatophore emptying 451, 463
male potency 386   spermatophore formation 263, 412, 450
mating behavior 300   spermatozoa 432
mating pheromone 425

Culicoides variipennis

age 604   lateral abdominal pigmentation 604
diuresis 559   oogenesis 604
effect of temperature 621   oviposition 616
effect of viscosity 621   swimming behavior 621
egg hatching, effect of salinity 616   tergal pigmentation 568

Dasyhelea chani

description 743
distribution 767
ecology 767

Forcipomyia dolichopodida

General Information 705

Leptoconops (H.) linley

autogeny 480

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Special Topics and/or Reviews

General Topics

1-Octenl-3-OL 766   illumination 598
aggregation 237   immune response to parasites 953
anti-mosquito behavior 292   in waste tire pile 871
aquatic plant association 516   inhibition of proteolytic enzyme 749
associated with Pistia stratiotes 573, 852   invasive exotic species 906, 1012, 1020
at emergence 226, 237   light 768
autogeny 572, 610   male accessory glands 95
behavior and environment 598   male reproductive tract 94
blood and sugar for fecundity 384   measurements of population changes 598, 606
blood engorgement behavior 218   melanization of parasites 953
blood for fecundity 334   metabolism of nutrients 173, 566
blood for survival 330   meteorological effects upon catches 598
carbohydrates for survival 329   meteorological factors 598
chemical ecology & behavior 685   methods 157
chicken-baited trap 271, 325, 1003   motives 27
circadian rhythms 296   nectar sugars and nectar feeding 382, 895
container breeding, no indigenous 966   neurosecretory hormone 589
cup changer 578   New Jersey traps 325
cytogenetics 358   nutritional ecology 629
determination of carbohydrates 596   oostatic factor (hormone) (TMOF) 749, 771
distribution 657   orientation to CO2 and host 428
distribution records, new 60, 988   oviposition 685
diurnal rhythms 225   paths 448
effect of a flight barrier 657   patterns 279, 297, 327, 328
effect of density 291   pupation rhythms 225
effect of moon light 65, 116   reproductive biology 391
effect of wind and shadows 588   salivary gland antigens 703, 710
effect of wind velocity 588, 911   salt marsh 380
emergence rhythms 225   sampling site 598
encapsulation of parasites 953   sampling techniques 598
energy reserves for survival 385   selection of a sampling technique 598
engorgement on hosts 567   suction 116, 157, 325, 438, 441, 455, 873, 911
environmental factors 225   sugar feeding 314
everglade restoration 1005, 1019   surveillance 606
flight paths 598   swarming and mating 72, 113
Fuel utilization 312   temperature 598
general article 207   truck-mounted trap 116, 156, 325
genetics 358   trypsin 749
gonotrophic interactions 702   use of logarithms for analysis 228
habitat 598   vector-host interactions 634
hemagglutinins 953   vehicle mounted aspirator 171
host behavior 299   visual control of flight paths 455
host feeding behavior 291, 297, 405, 567   visual responses 627, 873
humidity 598   zoogeography 390

Bromeliad-inhabiting mosquitoes

Genral 460, 485, 554
Toxorhynchites spp. 485, 584
Wyeomyia spp. 485, 584

Mosquito adult and larval control

General 1, 2, 7, 11, 139, 192, 211, 289, 406, 479   in waste tire piles 932
adulticides 23, 69, 82, 125, 129, 139, 192   larvicides 76, 93, 118, 551, 599, 615,631, 635, 651, 652, 670, 735, 898, 932, 961, 967, 972, 1004
biological 349, 879   measuring dispersal 798
dosage tests 44   removal trapping 876
evaluation of adulticides 43, 679, 803   service requests 784, 807
genetic 546   sugar baited insecticides 144
impact of SLE epidemic 791   surveillance, adult 606
immune mosquitoes 910   survey of salt marshes 479

Mosquito identification keys

adult females 998   Nutrient metabolism in mosquitoes 566
determination 149, 150   nutrient vs. wing length 709
larvae, 4th instar 998   Nutritional ecology of blood feeding diptera 629
Nutrient accumulation in mosquitoes 680

Parasites, arboviruses and diseases

antibodies in Emus 931, 956   Plasmodium berghei (rodent malaria) 549
antibodies in armadillo 893   Plasmodium forresteri 948
antibodies in small mammals 928   Plasmodium hermani (Turkey malaria) 396, 443, 447, 468, 473, 581
arboviruses 632, 994   Plasmodium vivax (human malaria) 947
avian pox 464   positive bird 1006
avian serology 977   potential vectors 931
Brugia pahangi 585   predicting epidemics 1004
Brugia patei 561   seroconversion 595, 923
California group viruses 253   St. Louis encephalitis virus PH1001*
Cx. nigripalpus as vector 789   surveillance, integrated approach 792
Dirofilaria tenuis 576   Tensaw 1011
Dog heartworm (D. immitis) 365, 534, 562, 565, 583, 974, PH1003*   transmission patterns 923
Eastern equine encephalitis 819   Trivittatus 253
host and potential vector 777   use of chickens for surveillance 734, 891, 923
human Filariasis (Wuchereria bancrofti) 536   use of pheasants for surveillance 891
Human malaria 817, PH1002*   vector competence tests 1017
in Florida 1018   vector-host interaction 634
in humans 990   vertical transmission 624
isolation from mosquitoes 135   viral antibody in chickens 765
Keystone 253, 1011   virus infection rates 789
mosquito hosts 1001   West Nile 984, 995, PH1004*
PCR technique 897

Proteolytic enzymes in insects

Genaral 695, 696, 697
technique 681

Rotary ditching

effects on fish 721

Scanning electron microscopy

mosquito eggs (technique) 675

Salt marsh impoundments

General 479, 770, 788, IRL 1001*   nutrients 790
access 747   physical condition 773
Avicennia germinans 892   production 770
Batis 770   rehabilitation of impoundments 938
chemical characteristics of soil 866   Rhizophora mangle 892
database, Florida 690   Salicornia 770
fishes 747, 773   Syringodium filiformes IRL1002*
for mosquito control 80, 138, 187   effect of shade on carbohydrate levels 941
guide to salt marsh 746   sulfide variation 820
lagoon 790   survey 479
Laguncularia racemosa 892   tides 277, 387
management 112, 138, 187, 211, 326, 348   vegetation 748
mangrove 747, 748, IRL1003*   water chemistry 790
mangrove seeding growth 892   wetland impoundments 788

Ticks in Florida

General 281, 986, 999, PH1005*

Treehole mosquitoes (Diptera)

General 486, 608
Aedes triseriatus 486, 608
Corethrella appendiculata 486
Orthopodomyia signifera 486
Toxorhynchiltes rutilus 486, 548, 608, 787

Visual ecology of biting flies

General 627

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Authors

Adams, G. M. 287, 300, 320   Kitzmiller, J. B. 357, 358, 359, 360, 368, 372, 381, 401, 510
Aussel, J-P. 854, 861   Larson, V. L. 832
Baker, R. H. 546, 817, 947   Lea, A.O. 66, 127, 136, 142, 144, 151, 163, 179, 202, 203, 205, 231, 238, 247, 255, 262, 276, 280, 284, 470, 504, 571
Bidlingmayer, W. L 38, 51, 64, 98, 116, 123, 156, 157, 171, 181, 192, 218, 228, 268, 293, 314, 325, 338, 339, 390, 397, 438, 441,448, 455, 479, 578, 588, 598, 606, 614(642), 657, 873, 911   Linley, J. R. 186, 195,198, 199, 216, 227, 239, 248, 256, 258, 263, 270, 287, 300, 318, 320, 321, 331, 345, 346, 354, 355, 370, 376, 379, 386, 411, 412, 425, 426, 432, 433, 450, 451, 463, 480, 484, 487, 530, 533, 559, 568, 580, 602, 604, 605, 614(644) , 616, 621, 626, 652, 656, 661, 664, 675, 676, 678, 679, 686, 687, 693, 705, 711, 712, 713, 717, 718, 719, 728, 731, 743,750, 752, 756, 767, 803, 815, 837, 844, 849, 850, 854, 861, 885, 896
Borovsky, D. 399, 437, 440,449, 452, 471, 504, 570, 574, 579, 589, 593, 594, 603, 613, 625, 648, 649, 650,652, 674, 681, 695, 696, 697, 699, 735, 736, 749, 771, 816, 821, 823, 834, 835, 842, 865, 872, 881, 882, 897, 908, 967   Lord, C. C. 986, 996, 999, 1003, PH10005*
Branch, N. 60, 102,   Lounibos, L. P. 442, 466, 467, 476, 481, 486, 516, 573, 608, 605, 632, 664, 714, 737, 798, 801, 831, 852, 853, 879, 894, 934, 954, 958, 992, 997, 1012
Clements, B. W. 129, 138   Lum, P. T. M. 66, 92, 94, 95, 102, 114, 120, 155, 165, 176
Cody, E. F. 339, 353, 362   Lynn, H. C. 352, 353, 482, 591, 870
Crossman, R. A. Jr 418, 654,747, 748, 773, 790, 820   Mahmood, F. 725, 726, 735, 908
Curtis, G. A. 376, 402, 403, 404, 409, 410, 453   Meola, R. 255, 262
Cutwa, M. M. 1014   Meola, S. M. 236, 255
Darsie, R. F. 988, 998, 1020   Mikarts, L. L. 822, 838, 839, 845
Day, J. F. 538, 552, 567, 595, 620, 627, 631, 634, 677, 685, 688, 689, 709, 729, 874 734,742, 745, 765, 792, 836, 857, 870, 876, 884, 893, 911, 923, 928, 931, 956, 971, 977, 984, 990, 994, 995, 999, 1003, PH1004*   Mook, M. S. 345, 426
Dewald, L. B. 714, 801   Mook, D. H. 730, 832
Dow, R. P. 135, 230, 259, 271, 293   Morris, C. D. 271, 737, 757, 766, 791, 798, 807, 819, 871, 891, 932
Duzak, D. 712, 934, 958   Nayar, J. K 161, 164, 169, 174, 175, 176, 188, 196, 197, 215, 217, 225, 226, 237, 250, 260, 264, 266, 282, 293, 294, 296, 303, 307, 312, 315, 316, 329, 330, 334, 364, 365, 384, 385, 396, 418, 419, 422, 427, 430, 435, 439, 443, 444, 447, 454, 458, 462, 464, 468, 473, 474, 478, 534, 535, 536, 549, 551, 561, 562, 565, 576, 581, 583, 585, 599, 614 (637, 638, 639, 640), 615, 624, 635, 651,660, 666, 670, 672, 673, 694, 701, 703, 710, 725, 726, 733, 763,768, 769, 772, 779, 805, 822, 838, 839, 840, 845, 865, 867, 890, 898, 900, 901, 910, 914, 924, 933, 937, 945, 947, 948, 953, 960, 961, 972, 973, 974, 982, 1004,1011, PH1002*, PH1003*
Edman, J. D. 171, 178, 189, 218, 243, 244, 245, 253, 254, 276, 279, 280, 291, 292, 293, 297, 299, 327, 328, 333, 349, 352, 353, 366, 369, 405, 431, 428   Nielsen, E. T. 25, 28, 32, 53, 72, 77,113, 159, 614(643)
Escher, R. L. 481, 573, 831, 852, 853, 934, 954, 958   Nishimura, N. 801, 831, 954
Evans, D. G. 77, 270, 284, 308, 311, 351, 374, 400, 578, 588, 657, 911   O'Meara, G. F. 242, 257, 261, 273, 308, 311, 347, 351, 366, 374, 380, 391, 400, 429, 442, 467, 476, 477, 516, 531, 548, 554, 572, 582, 584, 586, 610, 614 (641), 629, 692, 702, 715, 730, 804, 811, 832, 851, 906, 916, 935, 943, 966, 975, 1014, 1019
Evans, F.D.S. 178, 186, 201, 227, 248, 340, 477113, 115, 159, 198, 199, 201, 227, 248, 376, 402   Paush, R. D 145, 146
Evans, H. T. (Nielsen, H. T)     Pierce, P. A. 385, 418, 427, 439
Evans, L. F. 851, 906, 916, 943   Provost, M. W. 1, 2, 7, 11, 17, 22, 23, 24, 27, 41, 55, 65, 75, 80, 89, 102, 140, 145, 146, 165, 166, 176, 187, 200, 207, 211, 221, 240, 275, 277, 289, 293, 295, 326, 348, 382, 387, 392, 406, 421, 422, 430
Frank, J. H. 376, 402, 403, 404, 409, 410,446, 453, 457, 459, 460, 461, 466, 482, 485, 548, 554, 577, 584, 591, 607, 633   Rey, J. R. 466, 654, 690, 721, 746, 747, 748, 773, 788, 790, 808, 820, 866, 892, 938, 941,1005, 1019, PH1001*, IRL1001*, IRL1002*, IRL1003*
Franklin, B. P. 339   Rathburn, C. B. 43, 44, 69, 76. 82, 93, 118, 125, 129, 139
Garrish, G. M. 230   Rogers, A. J. 43, 44, 69, 76, 82, 93, 118, 125, 129, 138, 139
Gettman, A. D. 804, 851, 906, 916   Rutledge, C. R. 995
Haeger, J. S. 20, 28, 31, 32, 59, 72, 90, 166, 242, 278, 290, 293, 349, 405 ,427, 434, 531, 614(642, 643)   Sauerman, D. M. Jr 196, 217, 225, 226, 237, 260, 264, 266, 294, 296, 303, 307, 312, 315, 316, 329, 330, 334, 364, 365, 384, 422, 534, 535, 536, 551, 565, 614(639)
Hansen, C. W. 290, 430, 588   Schmid, A. A. 244, 333
Hem, D. G. 314,438, 441,448   Shaffer, J. 790, 820
Hinds, M. J. 318, 321, 346, 355   Shroyer, D. A 632, 706, 777, 789
Hribar, L. 936   Sky, G. E. 319
Hu, G. H. 853   Stahl, R. 788, 808, 820
Jennings, A. M. 339   Stephens, F. C. 941
Jordan, S 787, 794, 803   Tabachnick, W. J. 984, 994, 995, 1006, 1017, 1018, PH1004*
Kale, H. W. 184, 194, 254, 291, 297, 299, 407, 408   Van Handel, E 114, 119, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 160, 168, 170, 172,173, 212, 214, 231, 238, 246, 249, 250, 261, 290, 298, 301, 309, 319, 399, 437, 440, 456, 470, 504, 566, 571, 596, 597, 614( 640), 620, 622, 655, 680, 688, 689, 709, 742, 776, 802, 836, 855, 870, 872, 895, 925
Kane, T. 746, 747, 748, 788, 790, 820, 866   Vose, F. E. 582
Knight, J. W. 178, 278, 351, 444, 454, 478, 561, 624, 701, 703 , 710, 731, 763, 769, 772, 779, 805, 822, 838, 839, 845, 867, 900, 901, 910, 914, 924, 933, 937, 947, 948, 953, 960, 972, 973, 1011   Webber, L. A. 291, 292, 297, 299, 333, 369

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