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The story behind a Bull Ent Res Paper

September 17, 2015 - 10:29 -- Derek Charlwood

Charlwood JD, Wilkes TJ. Studies on the age composition of Anopheles darlingi Root from Brazil. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 1979 67, 337-342.

Working on Anopheles darling with the great Tony Wilkes – perhaps best person that I know, and, apart from Gillies, certainly the best field entomologist that I have known. An enormous influence on yours truly, not just in terms of entomology and how to approach field work but how to approach life.

How do these rare, rare mosquitoes survive? Notes from Pailin.

May 7, 2012 - 10:56 -- Derek Charlwood

Now as I see it a blog is sort of a diary.  So although I posted one the other day I would still like to share thoughts, bemusements, about the mosquitoes and malaria in Pailin, infamous for the fact that it was the last stronghold of the Khmer Rouge (Pol Pot died from malaria here) and the place where resistance to artemisenine originated.  More recently it should be infamous for the rate and degree of deforestation.  This has, however, probably unwittingly been an extremely effective anti-vector measure.  The vector in this neck of the woods is the forest dwelling Anopheles dirus. 

Do we need to think more about gonotrophic cycles in mosquitoes and the effect they might have on parasite transmission?

May 5, 2012 - 15:32 -- Derek Charlwood
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There is apparently considerable discussion about early biting shifts in mosquitoes like An. arabiensis.  (Why this might be so I hope to describe below – but be warned in a recent submission a referee questioned the number of Charlwood references quoted – I had to reply well they are really the only ones I know, and no one reads them anymore so why not – a bit like insinuating an obscure word that no one has ever read before into a text! - so you might at least know what to expect if I write anymore of them. i.e.

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