The stegomyia mosquito is the agent of yellow fever inoculation.
He did not recognize it as a stegomyia, and thought it was a Culex.
Further than this, India and China are afraid of yellow fever because in both of these countries the stegomyia mosquito abounds.
These breeding-places of the stegomyia have now been done away with completely in Panama, and almost completely in Colon.
In the same way stegomyia occurs in some of the South Sea islands and yet there is no yellow fever there.
The infection is considered to be at an end in a city three months after the last case, that being the lifetime of stegomyia.
The stegomyia, on the other hand, inclines to a more frivolous town life.
Yellow fever germs will develop only in the mosquito called, stegomyia.
Dr. Carroll first allowed himself to be bitten by the mosquitoes, not the anopheles but another variety known as the stegomyia.
The stegomyia flies and bites in the early afternoon and again at night, the anopheles flies and bites after sunset.