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Symposium on the evolution of arborvirus diseases II Ecological aspects of the evolution of mosquito-borne virus diseases



Symposium on the evolution of arborvirus diseases II Ecological aspects of the evolution of mosquito-borne virus diseases



Trans Roy Soc Trop Med And Hyg: 97-112



The evidence suggests that mosquito-borne viruses assumed their present form in the arthropod vector. This evolution accompanied the development of the need for a blood meal on the part of the mosquito in order to develop mature eggs. Mosquitoes evolved during the late Mesozoic, paralleling the evolution of vertebrate hosts and of flowering plants. The first interrelationship was probably between a Culex-type mosquito and some avian host.

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