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The Anopheles sundaicus complex includes Anopheles epiroticus (formerly A. sundaicus A), which is a malaria vector located in Cambodia, peninsular Malaysia, Sarawak, Thailand and Vietnam.

Anopheles christyi is not a malaria vector but is a species closely related to the Anopheles gambiae complex.

Anopheles melas belongs to the Anopheles gambiae species complex, which consists of at least seven species, and it is a locally important vector in coastal western Africa.

Anopheles merus belongs to the Anopheles gambiae species complex, which consists of at least seven species, and it is a locally important vector in eastern and southern Africa where it is mainly found along the coast.

Anopheles merus

Anopheles quadriannulatus A belongs to the Anopheles gambiae species complex, which consists of at least seven species, it is found in southern Africa and is not considered to be a malaria vector.

Anopheles quadriannulatus A

Anopheles arabiensis belongs to the A. gambiae species complex, and is one of the most important vectors of malaria in in sub-Saharan Africa and surrounding islands.

Anopheles arabiensis

The Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus, is native to Asia but over the past century it has become established in almost 30 countries in the old and new world. It has the ability to act as a vector for many viruses agents including those responsible for Dengue fever, La Crosse encephalitis and West Nile virus.

Aedes albopictus

Anopheles albimanus it is one of the main vectors of malaria in southern México, Central America, northern South America and the Caribbean. On the Atlantic coast is found from Texas to Venezuela, on most of the Caribbean islands and on the Pacific coast, from Mexico to northern Peru.

Anopheles albimanus

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