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Volume 11, Number 9—September 2005

West Nile Virus Isolation in Human and Mosquitoes, Mexico

Darwin Elizondo-Quiroga*, C. Todd Davis†, Ildefonso Fernandez-Salas*, Roman Escobar-Lopez‡, Dolores Velasco Olmos‡, Lourdes Cecilia Soto Gastalum‡, Magaly Aviles Acosta‡, Armando Elizondo-Quiroga*, Jose I. Gonzalez-Rojas*, Juan F. Contreras Cordero*, Hilda Guzman†, Amelia Travassos da Rosa†, Bradley J. Blitvich§, Alan D.T. Barrett†, Barry J. Beaty§, and Robert B. Tesh†Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Universidad Autonomo de Nuevo Leon, San Nicolas de Los Garza, Nuevo Leon, Mexico; †University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, USA; ‡Servicios de Salud de Sonora, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico; §Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

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Table 1

Summary of mosquitoes collected in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, during the summer of 2003 and tested for West Nile virus

Genus and species No. pools No. mosquitoes
Aedes aegypi 39 399
Ae. vexans 1 10
Ochlerotatus taeniorynchus 15 146
Anopheles pseudopunctipenis 1 8
An. quadrimaculatus 1 2
Culex coronator 13 118
Cx. quinquefasciatus 81 798
Psorophora ciliata 5 22
Ps. confinnis 2 8
Ps. cyanescens 9 89
Ps. ferox 70 697

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