NSW Arbovirus Surveillance & Vector Monitoring Program
Albury 2009-2010
Mosquito/Virus Results

Nearby Locations

Leeton Griffith

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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".

23/Mar/2010: Both sites trapped 'low' mosquito numbers.

16/Mar/2010: Kremur St trapped 'low' mosquito numbers. Waterworks Road. Waterworks Road trapped 'medium' mosquito numbers with a catch of 63, including 33 Culex quinquefasciatus.

10/Mar/2010: Kremur St trapped 'low' mosquito numbers. Waterworks Road had a trap failure.

2/Mar/2010: Both sites trapped 'low' mosquito numbers.

23/Feb/2010: Kremur St had a 'high' collection of 107 mosquitoes, strongly dominated by 100 Waterworks Road yeilded a 'medium' catch of 73, with 24 Culex annulirostris.

17/Feb/2010: Both sites trapped 'low' mosquito numbers.

9/Feb/2010: Both sites trapped 'high' mosquito numbers this week. Kremur St trapped a total of 283 mosquitoes, wtih 278 Culex annulirostris. Waterworks Road yeilded 142 mosquitoes with 60 Culex annulirostris.

2/Feb/2010: Kremur St had a 'medium' catch of 62 mosquitoes, which included 55 Culex annulirostris. Waterworks Road yeilded 'high' numbers (167), with 108 Culex annulirostris.

19/Jan/2010: Both sites trapped 'low' mosquito numbers.

12/Jan/2010: Kremur St had another 'high' catch trapping 244 mosquitoes, which included 224 Culex annulirostris. Waterworks Road yeilded 'medium' numbers (73), with 46 Culex annulirostris.

5/Jan/2010: Kremur St had a 'high' catch of 179 mosquitoes, which included 160 Culex annulirostris. Waterworks Road yeilded 'medium' numbers (53), with 16 Culex annulirostris.

22/Dec/2009: Kremur St had a 'medium' catch of 92 mosquitoes, which included 86 Culex annulirostris. Waterworks Road yeilded 'low' numbers.

16/Dec/2009: Both sites trapped 'low' mosquito numbers.

8/Dec/2009: Both sites trapped 'low' mosquito numbers. Interestingly, two Aedes vigilax were trapped from Site 2. This species is normally found from coastal regions where it is a major vector of both Ross River and Barmah Forest viruses. Along the Murray it can breed in areas subject to salinity problems.

31/Nov/2009: Both sites trapped 'low' mosquito numbers.

24/Nov/2009: Both sites trapped 'low' mosquito numbers.

17/Nov/2009: Both sites trapped 'low' mosquito numbers.

10/Nov/2009: Both sites trapped 'low' mosquito numbers from the first trapping week of the season.

 

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