NSW Arbovirus Surveillance & Vector Monitoring Program
Gosford 2003-2004
Mosquito/Virus Results

Nearby Locations

Wyong Ryde Parramatta

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News & Comments

Note that for mosquito numbers 0 - 50 mosquitoes = "Low", 51 - 100 = "Medium",
101 - 1,000 = "High", 1,001 - 10,000 = "Very High", >10,000 = "Extreme".

1/Apr/2004: Numbers were 'low' this week.

26/Mar/2004: Numbers were 'low' this week.

18/Mar/2004: Mosquito numbers were up again and 'high' (211) and dominated by 147 Ochlerotatus vigilax.

12/Mar/2004: Numbers were 'low' this week.

4/Mar/2004: A high collection of 131 mosquitoes were trapped, dominated by 95 Ochlerotatus alternans.

27/Feb/2004: Numbers were 'low' this week.

21/Feb/2004: 'Medium' numbers (57) were trapped, with 49 Ochlerotatus notoscriptus. .

12/Feb/2004: Mosquito numbers were 'high' (365) this week, including 127 Ochlerotatus vigilax and 221 Ochlerotatus notoscriptus.

28/Jan/2004: Numbers were again 'low'.

21/Jan/2004: Numbers were 'low' this week.

13/Jan/2004: 'Medium' numbers (56) were trapped, with 21 Ochlerotatus vigilax.

7/Jan/2004: Numbers were again 'low'.

31/Dec/2003: Numbers were 'low' this week.

23/Dec/2003: Similar numbers to last week were collected, with a 'medium' yield of 62 mosquitoes, dominated this week by 38 Ochlerotatus notoscriptus.

19/Dec/2003: 'Medium' numbers (57) were trapped, with 20 Ochlerotatus vigilax.

12/Dec/2003: Ochlerotatus vigilax (91) numbers were well up and overall collections were 'high' (142) and around 3x normal. 

5/Dec/2003: Numbers of Ochlerotatus vigilax (49) continue to be well up, above average and dominated the 'medium' collection of 72 mosquitoes.

26/Nov/2003: A high collection of 104 mosquitoes were trapped, dominated by 95 Ochlerotatus vigilax.

20/Nov/2003: Unseasonally 'high' numbers were trapped this week, the total of 191 mosquitoes was dominated by 134 Ochlerotatus vigilax.

7/Nov/2003: The first collection of season yielded 'high' (108) mosquito numbers, being well above average. Ochlerotatus vigilax (61) was the most common species trapped.

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