Arbovirus surveillance: Invertebrate-borne viruses as biocontrol agents

  • Court, Leon (CoI)
  • Hardy, Christopher M. (CoI)
  • Frese, Michael (CI)
  • Morgan, Matthew (CoI)

Project: Research

Project Details


Biting arthropods represent a worldwide biosecurity issue. In particular, mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) are an important vector for many tropical diseases, such as Aedes aegypti (Dengue fever) and Anopheles ssp. (malaria). In Australia, over 30 mosquito species transmit viruses that cause disease in both humans and production animals.
Short titleArbovirus surveillance
Effective start/end date1/07/1930/06/20


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