Aedes aegypti is a known vector of several viruses including yellow fever virus, dengue virus chikungunya virus and Zika virus.
This mosquito species is a known vector of chikungunya virus, dengue virus and dirofilariasis.
Although not an important arboviral vector, can be competent vector for West Nile virus, La Crosse virus, Japanese encephalitis virus, Saint Louis encephalitis virus, and Eastern equine encephalitis virus.
An invasive mosquito species, widely established in North America and parts of central Europe.
Endemic to Japan, north-eastern China, the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and parts of Russia, a vector for Japanese encephalitis virus in parts of Russia.
A North American invasive mosquito species which is the primary vector of La Crosse virus.
Remains widespread in Europe, mostly coastal but also found in freshwater habitats. Implicated as a key vector of malaria during the twentieth century.
Anopheles labranchiae is reportedly an endophilic species which will aggressively attack human hosts.
This species is a known persistent biter of humans. It is suspected of having contributed to malaria transmission in the past and has been shown to be a competent vector of both tropical and Eurasian strains of malaria.