SOUTHCOM

MEDICALLY IMPORTANT ARTHROPODS

MOSQUITOES SAND FLIES TICKS OTHER COUNTRIES

The species links below will provide information useful to both the layman and the professional entomologist. Each page contains the scientific name, the bibliographic reference to the original description, brief notes on the habitat of the immatures, the biting habits of the adults, diseases that they can carry, and a list of countries in which a species has been found.

Aedes adult stage   MOSQUITOES

To search for species by country, see WRBU's Mosquito Catalog.

tick   TICKS

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SOUTHCOM COUNTRIES

For more information on countries, see CIA World Factbook

  • ANGUILLA
  • ANTIGUA & BARBUDA
  • ARGENTINA
  • ARUBA
  • BAHAMAS
  • BARBADOS
  • BELIZE
  • BOLIVIA
  • BRAZIL
  • BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
  • CAYMAN ISLANDS
  • CHILE
  • COLOMBIA
  • COSTA RICA
  • CUBA
  • DOMINICA
  • DOMINICAN REP.
  • ECUADOR
  • EL SALVADOR
  • FRENCH GUIANA
  • GRENADA
  • GUADELOUPE
  • GUATEMALA
  • GUYANA
  • HAITI
  • HONDURAS
  • JAMAICA
  • MARTINIQUE
  • MONTSERRAT
  • NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
  • NICARAGUA
  • PANAMA
  • PARAGUAY
  • PERU
  • SAINT KITTS & NEVIS
  • SAINT LUCIA
  • SAINT VINCENT & GRENADINES
  • SURINAME
  • TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
  • TURKS & CAICOS IS
  • URUGUAY
  • VENEZUELA

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