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パプアニューギニアのマラリアとデング熱の伝搬蚊について


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Title: パプアニューギニアのマラリアとデング熱の伝搬蚊について
Other Titles: Notes on Vector Mosquitoes of Malaria and Dengue Fever in Papua New Guinea
Authors: 小田, 力 / 藤田, 紘一郎 / 森, 章夫
Authors (alternative): Oda, Tsutomu / Fujita, Koichiro / Mori, Akio
Issue Date: 30-Jun-1984
Publisher: 長崎大学熱帯医学研究所 / Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki University
Citation: 熱帯医学 Tropical medicine 26(2). p61-65, 1984
Abstract: パプアニューギニアのダンフ,ケビェン及びラバウルの3地域でマラリアとデング熱の伝搬蚊について調査した.採集された蚊はAnopheles farauti, An. koliensis, An. punctulatus, Aedes aegypti, Ae. scutellaris,及びCulex pipiens quinquefasciatusの6種類であった.これら3種のハマダラカはわだちに水がたまって出来た泥水に発生していた.ダンフにおいてはAn. punctulatusがマラリアの主要伝搬蚊と考えられる.また,この地域ではデング熱の主要伝搬蚊であるAedes aegyptiとAe. scutellarisも採集された.前者の主要発生源は屋内では花びんのような人工的容器で,屋外では水のたまった古タイヤであった.後者の発生源も屋外の古タイヤであった. / Collections of vector mosquitoes were made in three areas of Papua New Guinea. Mosquitoes collected were of the following 6 species: Anopheles farauti, An. koliensis, An. punctulatus, Aedes aegypti, Ae. scutellaris, Culex pipiens quinquefasciatus. Three species of Anopheline mosquitoes were commonly found in muddy pools such as wheel ruts at the roadsides, and among them An. punctulatus was assumed to be the primary vector of malaria in the area of Danfu, where also Ae, aegypti and Ae. scutellaris, the major vectors of dengue fever, were collected. The main breeding places for Ae. aegypti were artifitial containers such as flower vases indoors and discarded tires outdoors, the latter being the main breeding place for Ae. scutellaris.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/4379
ISSN: 03855643
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Volume 26, No. 2

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