File:Anopheles albimanus mosquito.jpg

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English: This 2005 photograph depicted a female Anopheles albimanus mosquito while she was feeding on a human host, thereby, becoming engorged with blood. Like other species in the genus Anopheles, A. albimanus adults hold the major axis of the body more perpendicularly to the surface of the skin when blood feeding. Anopheles spp. adults also generally feed in the evening, or early morning when it is still dark. This species is a vector of malaria, predominantly in Central America.
Français : Un Anopheles albimanus se nourrissant de sang sur un bras humain.
Polski: Komar Anopheles albimanus wysysający krew z ręki człowieka. Stanowi on wektor malarii i dlatego redukcja jego populacji jest bardzo efektywną metodą zapobiegania malarii.
Bosanski: Anopheles albimanus, prenosnik malarije.
हिन्दी: एनोफ्लीज़ एल्बिमैनस् मच्छर्, एक मानवी बांह पर काटते हुए। यह मक्ष मलेरिया का रोगवाहक है, तथा मलेरिया की रोकथाम के लिये मक्षों पर नियंत्रण अत्यधिक प्रभावशाली उपाय है।.
Македонски: Anopheles albimanus комарецот вцицува крв од човекова рака.
پښتو: Anopheles albimanus mosquito feeding on a human arm. This mosquito is a vector of malaria and mosquito control is a very effective way of reducing the incidence of malaria.
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  • Photo Credit: James Gathany
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  • 2006-10-27 02:53 TimVickers 700×462×8 (29415 bytes) Anopheles albimanus mosquito vector of malaria, CDC, Public Health Image Library (PHIL), http://phil.cdc.gov/phil/home.asp

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