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The Culicidae, or mosquitoes, constitute a large and widely distributed family of medically important insects. The blood sucking habits of the females, coupled with the ability of some to transmit disease organisms, make them extremely serious pests of man and domestic animals.
Iowa State University. Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station
Entomology | Zoology
Knight, Kenneth L. and Wonio, Michael, "Mosquitoes of Iowa: Diptera: Culicidae" (1969). Special Report. 53.