AITHM James Cook University

Funding Awarded

Burkot, TR; Amos B. 2021-2022  Development and Validation of Male Aedes Sound Trap (MAST). Verily Life Sciences AUD 65,493

Burkot, TR 2020-2023. Building Capacity for Evidence Based Sustainable Vector Surveillance and Control in the Pacific. Pacific Infectious Diseases Prevention Program, Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. AUD 5.1m 

Staunton, K; Burkot, TR; 2020-2021 Development and Validation of Male Aedes Sound Trap. Verily Life Sciences AUD 145,470

Russell, T 2020 Daily sugar feeding by Ae albopictus, Far North Qld Hospital Foundation AUD 5,000

 Ritchie, S, Swan T, and Burkot T. 2019- 2020. Beyond Thursday Island: Expanding the current Asian Tiger Mosquito (Aedes albopictus) control program across the Torres Strait. Far North Queensland Hospital Foundation AUD 25,000

 Staunton K, Burkot T, Xiang W; 2019-2020. JCU Mosquito Trap Development; Verily Life Sciences - Contract Research; AUD 576,874

 Russell, T, Burkot TR, Ritchie, S. 2019-2020. Protecting north Queensland from Aedes albopictus, an exotic dengue vector, with Attractive Targeted Sugar Baits; TAAHC AUD 50,000

 Grigg, M 2019-22, Project Leader. (Burkot, TR- Entomology Component Lead) Establishing a network for surveillance of emerging zoonotic malaria in Indonesia. ACIAR LS/2019/116 AUD 517,020

 Burkot, TR 2019. Vector Control Technical Landscape Analysis of Papua New Guinea. The Regents of the University of California - Contract Research AUD 36,926

 Burkot, TR 2017-19. Technology Identification to Optimize Malaria Vector Control. BMGF, US$ 484,939 (AUD 605,563)

 McBryde E, Larkins S, Clements A, Marais B, Siba P, Whittaker M, Burkot T, MacLaren D, Milne G, Speare R. 2017-19. Tropical partnerships to strengthen health systems responses to infectious diseases threats. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) - Tropical Disease Research Regional Collaboration Initiative. AUD 2,000,000

 Burkot, TR. 2017. Development of Malaria Operational Research Strategy, and Funding Proposals, to Evaluate Novel Malaria Vector Control Interventions. PATH. US$ 16,200

 Burkot, TR 2017. Contract to manage vector projects. Intellectual Ventures Labs US$ 20,000

 Burkot, TR, Russell TL, Johnson B and Pollard E. 2016-17 Serologic Assays to Determine Anopheline Exposure and Malaria in Hotspots in Malaria Elimination Settings. AITHM Capacity Building Grant AUD 99,900.

 Burkot, TR, 2016-17; Development of a Vector Management Programme at Intellectual Ventures Labs, Intellectual Ventures Property Holdings LLC - Contract Research US$250,000 (AUD 339,277)

 Burkot TR. 2015-2017. Defining the Role of Intellectual Ventures in Vector Biology Research Intellectual Ventures Property Holdings LLC – Consultancy. AUD450,638 

      2015; A Role for Vector Research at Global Good; Intellectual Ventures/Global Good Lab, US$60,000

      2015-16; LFA Platform for Improved Malaria Rapid Diagnostic Tests; Global Good Lab, US$113,362

      Evaluation of PTS platforms in villages in the Solomon Islands. Intellectual Ventures Labs. US$100,000

 Burkot, TR, 2014-16, Orchestrator, Vector Borne Disease Network; BMGF; extension of US$1.86 m

 Burkot, TR, 2014-15, SEMAT sensors for anopheline surveillance, AITHM, AUD 35,000

 Burkot, TR, 2014, Orchestrator, Vector Borne Disease Network; BMGF; Q1 extension of US$360,000

 Burkot, TR, 2013, Orchestrator, Vector Ecology and Control Network; BMGF; US$1.6 m

 Burkot, TR, 2011-2012; Orchestrator, Vector Control Development Network; BMGF; US$2.25 m



van de Straat B, Sebayang B, Grigg MJ, Staunton K, Garjito TA, Vythilingam I, et al. Zoonotic malaria transmission and land use change in Southeast Asia: what is known about the vectors. Malar J. 2022;21(1):109

Russell TL, Horwood PF, Harrington H, Apairamo A, Kama NJ, Bobogare A, et al. Seroprevalence of dengue, Zika, chikungunya and Ross River viruses across the Solomon Islands. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2022;16(2):e0009848

Matthews RJ, Kaluthotage I, Russell TL, Knox TB, Horwood PF, Craig AT. Arboviral Disease Outbreaks in the Pacific Islands Countries and Areas, 2014 to 2020: A Systematic Literature and Document Review. Pathogens. 2022;11(1):74.


Sebayang BF, Russell TL, Staunton KM, Townsend M, Paton C, Lehmann T, et al. Australian mosquito assemblages vary between ground and sub-canopy habitats. Parasit Vectors. 2021;14(1):515.

Swan T, RitmejerytÄ— E, Sebayang B, Jones R, Devine G, Graham M, et al. Sugar prevalence in Aedes albopictus differs by habitat, sex and time of day on Masig Island, Torres Strait, Australia. Parasit Vectors. 2021;14(1):520.

Graves PM, Joseph H, Coutts SP, Mayfield HJ, Maiava F, Ah Leong-Lui TA, Burkot TL, et al. Control and elimination of lymphatic filariasis in Oceania: Prevalence, geographical distribution, mass drug administration, and surveillance in Samoa, 1998–2017.  Advances in Parasitology. Academic Press; 2021

Ambrose L, Ortiz-Barrientos D, Cooper RD, Lobo NF, Burkot TR, Russell TL, et al. Gene flow between island populations of the malaria mosquito, Anopheles hinesorum, may have contributed to the spread of divergent host preference phenotypes. Evol Appl 2021;00: 1-14

van de Straat B, Russell TL, Staunton KM, Sinka ME, Burkot TR. (2021). A global assessment of surveillance methods for dominant malaria vectors. Sci Rep. 2021;11:15337.

Timinao, L., Vinit, R., Katusele, M., Schofield L, Burkot T, Karl S. (2021). Optimization of the feeding rate of Anopheles farauti s.s. colony mosquitoes in direct membrane feeding assays. Parasites Vectors, 14356

 Schmidt, T. L., T. Swan, J. Chung, S. Karl, S. Demok, Q. Yang, M. A. Field, M. Odwell Muzari, G. Ehlers, M. Brugh, R. Bellwood, P. Horne, T. R. Burkot, S. Ritchie, and A. A. Hoffmann. (2021). Spatial population genomics of a recent mosquito invasion. Molecular Ecology n/a. doi/10.1111/mec.15792

 Russell TL, Grignard L, Apairamo A, Kama N, Bobogare A, Drakeley C, e t al. (2021) Getting to zero: micro-foci of malaria in the Solomon Islands requires stratified control. Malar J. 2021;20:248.

 Rodriguez-Perez, M. A., T. L. Russell, O. Olguin-Rodriguez, S. V. Laredo-Tiscareño, J. A. Garza-Hernández, and F. Reyes-Villanueva. (2021). Dengue serotypes circulating in Aedes aegypti and humans in a poor or peripheral neighborhood at Reynosa, Mexico. Southwestern Entomologist 45: 1025-1038.

 Staunton K. M., Goi J., Townsend M., Ritchie S. A., Crawford, J.E., Snoad N., Karl, S. & Burkot, T. R. (2021), ‘Effect of BG-Lures on the Male Aedes (Diptera: Culicidae) Sound Trap capture rates.  tjab121  Journal of Medical Entomology

Staunton K. M., Liu J., Townsend M., Desnoyer M., Howell P., A., Crawford, J., Xiang, W., Snoad N., Burkot, T. & Ritchie S. A., (2021), ‘Designing Aedes mosquito traps: The evolution of the Male Aedes Sound Trap by iterative evaluation’ Insects. MDPI, 12 (5), 388

Hall-Mendelin S, Pyke AT, Ramirez AL, Staunton KM, Burtonclay P, McMahon J, Barcelon J & van den Hurk A. (2021), Infection, Dissemination, and Replication of Urban and Sylvatic Strains of Dengue Virus Type 2 (Flaviviridae: Flavivirus) in Australian Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology, 58(3), 1412-1418

B J Trewin, D E Pagendam, B J Johnson, C Paton, N Snoad, S A Ritchie, K M Staunton, B J White, S Mitchell, N W Beebe. (2021) Mark-release-recapture of male Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae): Use of rhodamine B to estimate movement, mating and population parameters in preparation for an incompatible male program.  PLOS Negl Trop Dis 15(6): e0009357 pp 1-21

Ng, K., S. Nowrouzi, K. M. Staunton, P. Barton, and D. A. Driscoll. (2021). Ant community responses to farmland use and revegetation in a fragmented agricultural landscape. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 311: 107316.

 Staunton, K. M., D. Leiva, A. Cruz, J. Goi, C. Arisqueta, J. Liu, M. Desnoyer, P. Howell, F. Espinosa, A. C. Mendoza, S. Karl, J. E. Crawford, W. Xiang, P. Manrique-Saide, N. L. Achee, J. P. Grieco, S. A. Ritchie, T. R. Burkot, and N. Snoad. (2021). Outcomes from international field trials with Male Aedes Sound Traps: Frequency-dependent effectiveness in capturing target species in relation to bycatch abundance. PLoS Negl. Trop. Dis. 15: e0009061


Wu S, Sanchez C HM, Henry J, Zhang Q, Citron D, Liang B, Compton K, Verma A, Cummings DA, Le Menach A, Scott TW, Wilson A, Lindsay S, Moyes C, Hancock P, Russell T, Burkot TR, Marshall J, Kiware S, Reiner Jr. RC, and Smith DL. (2020). Vector bionomics and vectorial capacity as emergent properties of mosquito behaviors and ecology. PLoS Computational Biology 16(4): e1007446.  

 Pollard EJM, MacLaren D, Russell TL, Burkot TR. (2020). Protecting the peri-domestic environment: the challenge for eliminating residual malaria. Scientific Reports 10:7018

 Farlow R, Russell TL, Burkot TR. (2020) Nextgen Vector Surveillance Tools: sensitive, specific, cost-effective and epidemiologically relevant. Malaria Journal 2020;19:432

Russell TL, Farlow R, Min M, Espino E, Mnzava A, Burkot TR. (2020) Capacity of National Malaria Control Programmes to implement vector surveillance: a global analysis. Malaria Journal 2020;19:422.

Tanya L Russell, Robert Farlow, Myo Min et al. (2020) Capacity of National Malaria Control Programs to implement vector surveillance: A global analysis, PREPRINT (Version 1) Research Square.

Pagendam, D.E., Trewin, B.J., Snoad, N., Ritchie, S., Hoffmann, A.A., Staunton, K. M., Paton, C., and Beebe, N. (2020) Modelling the Wolbachia incompatible insect technique: strategies for effective mosquito population elimination BMC Biology. 18:161, 1-13. 

Ritchie S (Queensland, AU), Staunton, Kyran M. (Queensland, AU), Xiang, Wei (Queensland, AU), Han, Yu (Harbin, CN), Snoad, Nigel (Woodside, CA, US), Liu, Jianyi (Santa Clara, CA, US), Crawford, Jacob (Berkeley, CA, US), Desnoyer, Mark (San Francisco, CA, US), inventor; Verily Life Sciences LLC (South San Francisco, CA, US), assignee. (2020). INSECT TRAPPING SYSTEMS. United States 2020.

Staunton K, Crawford JE; Liu J, Townsend M; Han Y; Desnoyer M, Howell P, Xiang W, Burkot TR; Snoad N, Ritchie SA. (2020). A low-powered and highly selective trap for male Aedes (Diptera: Culicidae) surveillance: The Male Aedes Sound Trap. J Med Entomol. 1-8.

 Ross, Perran A.Axford, Jason K.Yang, QiongStaunton, Kyran M.Ritchie, Scott A.Richardson, Kelly M., and Hoffman, Ary A. (2020). Heatwaves cause fluctuations in wMel Wolbachia densities and frequencies in Aedes aegypti. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 14 (1). e0007958.

 Staunton, Kyran M.Rohde, Barukh B.Townsend, MichaelLiu, JianyiDesnoyer, MarkHowell, PaulAmos, BroganCrawford, JacobSnoad, Nigel, and Ritchie, Scott A. (2020).  Investigating male Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) attraction to different oviposition containers using various configurations of the sound gravid Aedes trap. Journal of Medical Entomology. J. Med. Entomol. 57: 957-961

 Amos, Brogan A.Staunton, Kyran M.Ritchie, Scott A., and Cardé, Ring T. (2020).  Attraction versus capture: efficiency of BG-Sentinel trap under semi-field conditions and characterizing response behaviors for female Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology, 57 (3). pp. 884-892.

 Staunton, Kyran M.Crawford, Jacob E.Cornel, DevonYeeles, PeterDesnoyer, MarkLivni, JoshHoleman, JodiMulligan, Stephen F.Snoad, Nigel, and Ritchie, Scott (2020).  Environmental influences on Aedes aegypti catches in Biogents Sentinel traps during a Californian "rear and release" program: implications for designing surveillance programs. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 14 (6). e0008367.

 Tom Swan, Tanya Russell, Thomas Burkot, Jianyi Liu, Scott Ritchie, Kyran Staunton (2020). The Effect of Sound Lure Frequency and Habitat Type on Male Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) Capture Rates With the Male Aedes Sound Trap. Journal of Medical Entomology,tjaa242, 1-9, doi: 10.1093/jme/tjaa242


 McLaughlin, Kimberley, Burkot, Thomas R., Oscar, Jance, Beebe, Nigel W., and Russell, Tanya L. (2019). Defining the larval habitat: abiotic and biotic parameters associated with Anopheles farauti productivity. Malaria Journal, 18. 416.

 Duffield, Giles E., Acri, Dominic J., George, Gary F., Sheppard, Aaron D., Beebe, Nigel W., Ritchie, Scott A., and Burkot, Thomas R. (2019). Diel flight activity of wild-caught Anopheles farauti (s.s.) and An. hinesorum malaria mosquitoes from northern Queensland, Australia. Parasites & Vectors, 12. 48.

 Pollard, Edgar J.M., Patterson, Catriona, Russell, Tanya L., Apairamo, Alan, Oscar, Jance, Arcà, Bruno, Drakeley, Chris, and Burkot, Thomas R. (2019). Human exposure to Anopheles farauti bites in the Solomon Islands is not associated with IgG antibody response to the gSG6 salivary protein of Anopheles gambiae. Malaria Journal, 18. 334.

 Pollard, Edgar J.M., Russell, Tanya L., and Burkot, Thomas R. (2019). Maximising mosquito collections from barrier screens: the impacts of physical design and operation parameters. Parasites & Vectors, 12. 31.

 McLaughlin, Kimberley, Russell, Tanya L., Apairamo, Allan, Bugoro, Hugo, Oscar, Jance, Cooper, Robert D., Beebe, Nigel W., Ritchie, Scott A., and Burkot, Thomas R. (2019). Smallest Anopheles farauti occur during the peak transmission season in the Solomon Islands. Malaria Journal, 18. 208.

 Pollard, Edgar J.M., Russell, Tanya L., Apairamo, Allan, and Burkot, Thomas R. (2019). Unique fine scale village spatial-temporal distributions of Anopheles farauti differ by physiological state and sex. Parasites & Vectors, 12. 558.

 Burkot, Thomas R., Farlow, Robert, Min, Myo, Espino, Effie, Mnzava, Abraham, and Russell, Tanya L. (2019). A global analysis of National Malaria Control Programme vector surveillance by elimination and control status in 2018. Malaria Journal, 18. 399.

 Nowrouzi, SomayehBush, AlexHarwood, TomStaunton, Kyran M.Robson, Simon K.A., and Andersen, Alan N. (2019). Incorporating habitat suitability into community projections: ant responses to climate change in the Australian Wet Tropics. Diversity and Distributions, 25. pp. 1273-1288.

 Ritchie, Scott, and Staunton, Kyran (2019). Reflections from an old Queenslander: can rear and release strategies be the next great era of vector control? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 286. 20190973.

 Ramírez, Ana L.Hall-Mendelin, SonjaHewitson, Glen R.McMahon, Jamie L.Staunton, Kyran M.Ritchie, Scott A., and van den Hurk, Andrew F. (2019). Stability of West Nile Virus (Flaviviridae: Flavivirus) RNA in mosquito excreta. Journal of Medical Entomology, 56 (4). pp. 1135-1138.

 Staunton, Kyran M.Yeeles, PeterTownsend, MichaelNowrouzi, SomayehPaton, Christopher J.Trewin, BrendanPagendam, DanielBondarenco, ArtiomDevine, Gregor J.Snoad, NigelBeebe, Nigel W., and Ritchie, Scott A. (2019). Trap location and premises condition influences on Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) catches using Biogents Sentinel traps during a ‘rear and release’ program: implications for designing surveillance programs. Journal of Medical Entomology, 56 (4). pp. 1102-1111.

 Rohde, Barukh B.Staunton, Kyran M.Zeak, Nicholas C.Beebe, NigelSnoad, NigelBondarenco, ArtiomLiddington, CatherineAnderson, Jason A.Xiang, WeiMankin, Richard W., and Ritchie, Scott A. (2019). Waterproof, low-cost, long-battery-life sound trap for surveillance of male Aedes aegypti for rear-and-release mosquito control programmes. Parasites & Vectors, 12. 417.

 Staunton, Kyran M.Usher, LiliPrachar, TimRitchie, Scott A.Snoad, Nigel, and Johnson, Brian J. (2019). A novel methodology for recording wing beat frequencies of untethered male and female Aedes aegypti. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 35 (3). pp. 169-177.

 Ammar, Sherif E.Mclntyre, MarySwan, TomKasper, JuliaDerraik, José G.B.Baker, Michael G., and Hales, Simon (2019). Intercepted mosquitoes at New Zealand’s ports of entry, 2001 to 2018: current status and future concerns.  Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease, 4 (3). 101.

Van de Straat B, Hiscox A, Takken W, Burkot TR. (2019). Evaluating synthetic odours and trap designs for monitoring Anopheles farauti in Queensland, Australia. Malaria J. 18:299


 St.Laurent, Brandyce, Sukowati, Supratman, Burton, Timothy A., Bretz, David, Zio, Mulyadi, Firman, Syah, Sumardi, , Sudibyo, Heru, Safitri, Amalia, Suwito, , Asih, Puji B., Kosasih, Sully, Shinta, , Hawley, William A., Burkot, Thomas R., Collins, Frank H., Syafruddin, Din, and Lobo, Neil F. (2018). Comparative evaluation of anopheline sampling methods in three localities in Indonesia. Malaria Journal, 17 (13).

 Jawara, Musa, Jatta, Ebrima, Bell, David, Burkot, Thomas R., Bradley, John, Hunt, Victoria, Kandeh, Balla, Jones, Caroline, Manjang, Aji Matty, Pinder, Margaret, Stone, Shannon, D'Alessandro, Umberto, Knudsen, Jakob, and Lindsay, Steve W. (2018). New prototype screened doors and windows for excluding mosquitoes from houses: a pilot study in rural Gambia. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 99 (6). pp. 1475-1484.

 Burkot, Thomas R., Bugoro, Hugo, Apairamo, Allan, Cooper, Robert D., Echeverry, Diego F., Odabasi, Danyal, Beebe, Nigel W., Makuru, Victoria, Xiao, Honglin, Davidson, Jenna R., Deason, Nicholas A., Reuben, Hedrick, Kazura, James W., Collins, Frank H., Lobo, Neil F., and Russell, Tanya L. (2018). Spatial-temporal heterogeneity in malaria receptivity is best estimated by vector biting rates in areas nearing elimination. Parasites and Vectors, 11. 606.

 Davidson, Jenna R., Sukowati, Supratman, Shinta, , Asih, Puji Budi Setia, Syafruddin, Din, Baskin, Robert N., St. Laurent, Brandy, Hawley, William A., Liu, Fang, Burkot, Thomas R., Collins, Frank H., and Lobo, Neil F. (2018). Using barrier screens to characterize mosquito composition, flight activity, and abdominal status in South Lampung, Indonesia. Parasites & Vectors, 11. 440.

 Jeanne, Isabelle, Chambers, Lynda E., Kazazic, Adna, Russell, Tanya L., Bobogare, Albino, Bugoro, Hugo, Otto, Francis, Fafale, George, and Amjadali, Amanda (2018). Mapping a plasmodium transmission spatial suitability index in Solomon Islands: a malaria monitoring and control tool. Malaria Journal, 17. 381.

 Ritchie, Scott A.van den Hurk, Andrew F.Smout, Michael J.Staunton, Kyran M., and Hoffmann, Ary A. (2018). Mission accomplished? We need a guide to the ‘post release’ world of Wolbachia for Aedes-borne disease control. Trends in Parasitology, 34 (3). pp. 217-226.

 Timmins, Daniel R.Staunton, Kyran M.Meyer, Dagmar B.Townsend, MichaelPaton, Christopher J.Ramirez, Ana L., and Ritchie, Scott A. (2018). Modifying the biogents sentinel trap to increase the longevity of captured Aedes aegypti. Journal of Medical Entomology, 55 (6). pp. 1638-1641.

 Eiras, Alvaro E.Pires, Simone F.Staunton, Kyran M.Paixao, Kelly S.Resende, Marcelo C.Silva, Hilcielly A.Rocha, Isadora G.Oliveira, Bruna A.Peres, Anderson M.Drumond, Betania P., and Ritchie, Scott A. (2018). A high-risk Zika and dengue transmission hub: virus detections in mosquitoes at a Brazilian university campus. Parasites & Vectors, 11. 359.

 Johnson, Brian J.Rohde, Barukh B.Zeak, NicholasStaunton, KyranPrachar, Tim, and Ritchie, Scott (2018). A low-cost, battery-powered acoustic trap for surveilling male Aedes aegypti during rear-and-release operations. PLoS ONE, 13 (8).

 Meyer, Dagmar B.Johnson, Brian J.Fall, KenBuhagiar, Tamara S.Townsend, Michael, and Ritchie, Scott A. (2018). Development, optimization, and field evaluation of the novel collapsible passive trap for collection of mosquitoes. Journal of Medical Entomology, 55 (3). pp. 706-710.


 Echeverry, Diego F., Deason, Nicholas A., Makuru, Victoria, Davidson, Jenna, Xiao, Honglin, Niedbalski, Julie, Yu, Xiaoyu, Stevenson, Jennifer C., Bugoro, Hugo, Aparaimo, Allan, Reuben, Hedrick, Cooper, Robert, Burkot, Thomas R., Russell, Tanya L., Collins, Frank H., and Lobo, Neil F. (2017). Fast and robust single PCR for Plasmodium sporozoite detection in mosquitoes using the cytochrome oxidase I gene. Malaria Journal, 16. 230. pp. 1-8.

 St. Laurent, Brandyce, Burton, Timothy A., Zubaidah, Siti, Miller, Helen C., Asih, Puji B., Baharuddin, Amirullah, Kosasih, Sully, Shinta, Ms, Firman, Saya, Hawley, William A., Burkot, Thomas R., Syafruddin, Din, Sukowati, Supratman, Collins, Frank H., and Lobo, Neil F. (2017). Host attraction and biting behaviour of Anopheles mosquitoes in South Halmahera, Indonesia. Malaria Journal, 16. 310.

 Maynard, Andrew J., Ambrose, Luke, Cooper, Robert, Chow, Weng K., Davis, Joseph B., Muzari, Mutizwa O., van den Hurk, Andrew F., Hall-Mendelin, Sonja, Hasty, Jeomhee M., Burkot, Thomas R., Bangs, Michael J., Reimer, Lisa J., Butafa, Charles, Lobo, Neil F., Syafruddin, Din, Maung, Yan Naung Maung, Ahmad, Rohani, and Beebe, Nigel W. (2017). Tiger on the prowl: invasion history and spatio-temporal genetic structure of the Asian tiger mosquito Aedes albopictus (Skuse 1894) in the Indo-Pacific. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 11 (4). e0005546.

 Arifin, S.M. Niaz, Madey, Gregory R., Vyushkov, Alexander, Raybaud, Benoit, Burkot, Thomas R., and Collins, Frank H. (2017). An online analytical processing multi-dimensional data warehouse for malaria data. Database: the journal of biological databases and curation, 2017. bax073.

 Johnson, Brian J.Mitchell, Sara N.Paton, Christopher J.Stevenson, JessicaStaunton, Kyran M.Snoad, NigelBeebe, NigelWhite, Bradley J., and Ritchie, Scott A. (2017). Use of rhodamine B to mark the body and seminal fluid of male Aedes aegypti for mark-release-recapture experiments and estimating efficacy of sterile male releases. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 11 (9). e0005902.

 Buhagiar, Tamara S.Devine, Gregor J., and Ritchie, Scott A. (2017). Effects of sublethal exposure to metofluthrin on the fitness of Aedes aegypti in a domestic setting in Cairns, Queensland. Parasites & Vectors, 10 (274). pp. 1-7.

 Buhagiar, Tamara S.Devine, Gregor J., and Ritchie, Scott A. (2017). Metofluthrin: investigations into the use of a volatile spatial pyrethroid in a global spread of dengue, chikungunya and Zika viruses. Parasites & Vectors, 10 (270). pp. 1-11.


 Reiner, Robert C., Achee, Nicole, Barrera, Roberto, Burkot, Thomas R., Chadee, Dave D., Devine, Gregor J., Endy, Timothy, Gubler, Duane, Hombach, Joachim, Kleinschmidt, Immo, Lenhart, Audrey, Lindsay, Steven W., Longini, Ira, Mondy, Mathias, Morrison, Amy C., Perkins, T. Alex, Vazquez-Prokopec, Gonzalo, Reiter, Paul, Ritchie, Scott A., Smith, David L., Strickman, Daniel, and Scott, Thomas W. (2016). Quantifying the epidemiological impact of vector control on dengue. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 (5). e0004588. pp. 1-11.

 Russell, Tanya L., Burkot, Thomas R., Bugoro, Hugo, Apairamo, Allan, Beebe, Nigel W., Chow, Weng K., Cooper, Robert D., Collins, Frank H., and Lobo, Neil F. (2016). Larval habitats of the Anopheles farauti and Anopheles lungae complexes in the Solomon Islands. Malaria Journal, 15. 164. pp. 1-9.

 Russell, Tanya L., Beebe, Nigel W., Bugoro, Hugo, Apairamo, Allan, Cooper, Robert D., Collins, Frank H., Lobo, Neil F., and Burkot, Thomas R. (2016). Determinants of host feeding success by Anopheles farauti. Malaria Journal, 15. 152. pp. 1-9.

 Russell, Tanya L., Beebe, Nigel W., Bugoro, Hugo, Apairamo, Allan, Chow, Weng K., Cooper, Robert D., Collins, Frank H., Lobo, Neil F., and Burkot, Thomas R. (2016). Frequent blood feeding enables insecticide-treated nets to reduce transmission by mosquitoes that bite predominately outdoors. Malaria Journal, 15. 156. pp. 1-9.

 Russell, Tanya L., Beebe, Nigel W., Bugoro, Hugo, Apairamo, Allan, Collins, Frank H., Cooper, Robert D., Lobo, Neil F., and Burkot, Thomas R. (2016). Anopheles farauti is a homogeneous population that blood feeds early and outdoors in the Solomon Islands. Malaria Journal, 15. 151. pp. 1-7.

 Echeverry, Diego F., Deason, Nicholas A., Davidson, Jenna, Makuru, Victoria, Xiao, Honglin, Niedbalski, Julie, Kern, Marcia, Russell, Tanya L., Burkot, Thomas R., Collins, Frank H., and Lobo, Neil F. (2016). Human malaria diagnosis using a single-step direct-PCR based on the Plasmodium cytochrome oxidase III gene. Malaria Journal, 15. 128. pp. 1-12.

 Kiware, Samson S., Russell, Tanya, Mtema, Zacharia J., Malishee, Alpha D., Chaki, Prosper, Lwetoijera, Dickson, Chanda, Javan, Chinula, Dingani, Majambere, Silas, Gimnig, John E., Smith, Thomas A., and Killeen, Gerry F. (2016). A generic schema and data collection forms applicable to diverse entomological studies of mosquitoes. Source Code for Biology and Medicine, 11. 4. pp. 1-11.

 Staunton, Kyran M., Nakamura, AkihiroBurwell, Chris J.Robson, Simon K.A., and Williams, Stephen E. (2016). Elevational distribution of flightless ground beetles in the tropical rainforests of north-eastern Australia. PLoS ONE, 11 (5). pp. 1-21.

 Charmley, E.Williams, S.R.O.Moate, P.J.Hegarty, R.S.Herd, R.M.Oddy, V.H.Reyenga, P.Staunton, K.M., Anderson, A., and Hannah, M.C. (2016). A universal equation to predict methane production of forage-fed cattle in Australia. Animal Production Science, 56 (3). pp. 169-180.

 Nowrouzi, SomayehAndersen, Alan N.Macfayden, SarinaStaunton, Kyran M., Vanderwal, Jeremy, and Robson, Simon K.A. (2016). Ant diversity and distribution along elevation gradients in the Australian Wet Tropics: the importance of seasonal moisture stability. PLoS ONE, 11 (4). e0153420.


  Hapairai, Limb K., Plichart, Catherine, Naseri, Take, Silva, Ualesi, Tesimale, Lameko, Pemita, Paulo, Bossin, Hervé C., Burkot, Thomas R., Ritchie, Scott A., Graves, Patricia M., Melrose, Wayne, and Joseph, Hayley (2015). Evaluation of traps and lures for mosquito vectors and xenomonitoring of Wuchereria bancrofti infection in a high prevalence Samoan Village. Parasites & Vectors, 8. 287. pp. 1-9.

 Conn, Jan E., Norris, Douglas E., Donnelly, Martin J., Beebe, Nigel W., Burkot, Thomas R., Coulibaly, Mamadou B., Chery, Laura, Eapen, Alex, Keven, John B., Kilama, Maxwell, Kumar, Ashwani, Lindsay, Steve W., Moreno, Marta, Quinones, Martha, Reimer, Lisa J., Russell, Tanya L., Smith, David L., Thomas, Matthew B., Walker, Edward D., Wilson, Mark L., and Yan, Guiyun (2015). Entomological monitoring and evaluation: diverse transmission settings of ICEMR projects will require local and regional malaria elimination strategies.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 93 (Suppl 3). pp. 28-41.

 Neafsey, Daniel E., Waterhouse, Robert M., Abai, Mohammad R., Aganezov, Sergey S., Alekseyev, Max A., Allen, James E., Amon, James, Arcà, Bruno, Arensburger, Peter, Artemov, Gleb, Assour, Lauren A., Basseri, Hamidreza, Berlin, Aaron, Birren, Bruce W., Blandin, Stephanie A., Brockman, Andrew I., Burkot, Thomas R., Burt, Austin, Chan, Clara S., Chauve, Cedric, Chiu, Joanna C., Christensen, Mikkel, Costantini, Carlo, Davidson, Victoria L.M., Deligianni, Elena, Dottorini, Tania, Dritsou, Vicky, Gabriel, Stacey B., Guelbeogo, Wamdaogo M., Hall, Andrew B., Han, Mira V., Hlaing, Thaung, Hughes, Daniel S.T., Jenkins, Adam M., Jiang, Xiaofang, Jungreis, Irwin, Kakani, Evdoxia G., Kamali, Maryam, Kemppainen, Petri, Kennedy, Ryan C., Kirmitzoglou, Ioannis K., Koekemoer, Lizette L., Laban, Njoroge, Langridge, Nicholas, Lawniczak, Mara K.N., Lirakis, Manolis, Lobo, Neil F., Lowy, Ernesto, MacCallum, Robert M., Mao, Chunhong, Maslen, Gareth, Mbogo, Charles, McCarthy, Jenny, Michel, Kristin, Mitchell, Sara N., Moore, Wendy, Murphy, Katherine A., Naumenko, Anastasia N., Nolan, Tony, Novoa, Eva M., O’Loughlin, Samantha, Oringanje, Chioma, Oshaghi, Mohammad A., Pakpour, Nazzy, Papathanos, Philippos A., Peery, Ashley N., Povelones, Michael, Prakash, Anil, Price, David P., Rajaraman, Ashok, Reimer, Lisa J., Rinker, David C., Rokas, Antonis, Russell, Tanya L., Sagnon, N’Fale, Sharakhova, Maria V., Shea, Terrance, Simão, Felipe A., Simard, Frederic, Slotman, Michel A., Somboon, Pradya, Stegniy, Vladimir, Struchiner, Claudio J., Thomas, Gregg W.C., Tojo, Marta, Topalis, Pantelis, Tubio, José M.C., Unger, Maria F., Vontas, John, Walton, Catherine, Wilding, Craig S., Willis, Judith H., Wu, Yi-Chieh, Yan, Guiyun, Zdobnov, Evgeny M., Zhou, Xiaofan, Catteruccia, Flaminia, Christophides, George K., Collins, Frank H., Cornman, Robert S., Crisanti, Andrea, Donnelly, Martin J., Emrich, Scott J., Fontaine, Michael C., Gelbart, William, Hahn, Matthew W., Hansen, Immo A., Howell, Paul I., Kafatos, Fotis C., Kellis, Manolis, Lawson, Daniel, Louis, Christos, Luckhart, Shirley, Muskavitch, Marc A.T., Ribeiro, José M., Riehle, Michael A., Sharakhov, Igor V., Tu, Zhijian, Zwiebel, Laurence J., and Besansky, Nora J. (2015). Highly evolvable malaria vectors: the genomes of 16 Anopheles mosquitoes. Science, 347 (6217). 1258522. pp. 1-8.

 Beebe, Nigel W., Russell, Tanya, Burkot, Thomas R., and Cooper, Robert D. (2015). Anopheles punctulatus group: evolution, distribution, and control. Annual Review of Entomology, 60. pp. 335-350.

 Alonso, Pedro L. , Noor, Abdisalan , Santelli, Ana Carolina , Ghani, Azra , de Quadros, Ciro , Karema, Corine , Qi, Gao , Baird, J. Kevin , Conteh, Lesong , Gyapong, Margaret , Lwin, Sandii, Burkot, Tom, Satimai, Wichai , Bhutta, Zulfiqar A. , Brandling-Bennett, David , Nafo-Traoré, Fatoumata , and Reeder, John (2015). Global technical strategy for malaria 2016–2030. Report. WHO Press, United Kingdom.

 Quiñones, Martha L., Norris, Douglas E., Conn, Jan E., Moreno, Marta, Burkot, Thomas R., Bugoro, Hugo, Keven, John B., Cooper, Robert, Yan, Guiyun, Rosas, Angel, Palomino, Miriam, Donnelly, Martin J., Mawejje, Henry D., Eapen, Alex, Montgomery, Jacqui, Coulibaly, Mamadou B., Beier, John C., and Kumar, Ashwani (2015). Insecticide resistance in areas under investigation by the international centers of excellence for malaria research: a challenge for malaria control and elimination. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 93 (Suppl 3). pp. 69-78.

 Garza-Hernández, Javier A., Reyes-Villanueva, Filiberto, Russell, Tanya L., Braks, Marieta A.H., Garcia-Munguia, Alberto M., and Rodríguez-Pérez, Mario A. (2015). Copulation activity, sperm production and conidia transfer in Aedes aegypti males contaminated by Metarhizium anisopliae: a biological control prospect. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 9 (10). e0004144. pp. 1-14.

 Mayagaya, Valeriana S., Nkwengulila, Gamba, Lyimo, Issa N., Kihonda, Japheti, Mtambala, Hassan, Ngonyani, Hassan, Russell, Tanya L., and Ferguson, Heather M. (2015). The impact of livestock on the abundance, resting behaviour and sporozoite rate of malaria vectors in southern Tanzania. Malaria Journal, 14. 17. pp. 1-13.


 Ambrose, Luke, Cooper, Robert D., Russell, Tanya L., Burkot, Thomas R., Lobo, Neil F., Collins, Frank H., Hii, Jeffrey, and Beebe, Nigel W. (2014). Microsatellite and mitochondrial markers reveal strong gene flow barriers for Anopheles farauti in the Solomon Archipelago: implications for malaria vector control. International Journal for Parasitology, 44 (3-4). pp. 225-233.

 Lund, Andrea, McMillan, Joseph, Kelly, Rosmarie, Jabbarzadeh, Shirin, Mead, Daniel G., Burkot, Thomas R., Kitron, Uriel, and Vazquez-Prokopec, Gonzalo M. (2014). Long term impacts of combined sewer overflow remediation on water quality and population dynamics of Culex quinquefasciatus, the main urban West Nile virus vector in Atlanta, GA. Environmental Research, 129. pp. 20-26.

 Russell, Tanya L., Morgan, John C., Ismail, Hanafy, Kaur, Harparkash, Eggelte, Teunis, Oladepo, Folasade, Amon, James, Hemingway, Janet, Iata, Harry, and Paine, Mark J.I. (2014). Evaluating the feasibility of using insecticide quantification kits (IQK) for estimating cyanopyrethroid levels for indoor residual spraying in Vanuatu. Malaria Journal, 13. 178. pp. 1-8.

 Dutta, Shurajit N., Amon, James, Iata, Harry, Cooper, Robert D., and Russell, Tanya L. (2014). Long-term insecticidal activity and physical integrity of olyset nets in Tafea Province, Vanuatu. Journal of Medical Entomology, 51 (1). pp. 164-169.

 Bugoro, Hugo, Hii, Jeffery L., Butafa, Charles, Iro'ofa, Charlie, Apairamo, Allen, Cooper, Robert D., Chen, Cheng-Chen, and Russell, Tanya L. (2014). The bionomics of the malaria vector Anopheles farauti in Northern Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands: issues for successful vector control. Malaria Journal, 13 (56). pp. 1-7.

 Staunton, Kyran M.Robson, Simon K.A.Burwell, Chris J.Reside, April E., and Williams, Stephen E. (2014). Projected distributions and diversity of flightless ground beetles within the Australian Wet Tropics and their environmental correlates. PLoS ONE, 9 (2). e88635. pp. 1-16.

 Eiras, Alvaro E.Buhagiar, Tamara S., and Ritchie, Scott A. (2014). Development of the gravid Aedes trap for the capture of adult female container-exploiting mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology, 51 (1). pp. 200-209.

 Ritchie, ScottBuhagiar, Tamara S.Townsend, MichaelHoffmann, AryVan Den Hurk, Andrew F.Mcmahon, Jamie L., and Eiras, Alvaro E. (2014). Field validation of the gravid Aedes trap (GAT) for collection of Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology, 51 (1). pp. 210-219.


 Beebe, Nigel W., Russell, Tanya L., Burkot, Thomas R., Lobo, Neil F., and Cooper, Robert D. (2013). The systematics and bionomics of malaria vectors in the southwest Pacific. In: Manguin, Sylvie, (ed.) Anopheles Mosquitoes: new insights into malaria vectors. InTech, Rijeka, Croatia, pp. 357-394.

 Russell, Tanya L., Beebe, Nigel W., Cooper, Robert D., Lobo, Neil F., and Burkot, Thomas R. (2013). Successful malaria elimination strategies require interventions that target changing vector behaviours. Malaria Journal, 12 (2). p. 56.

 Burkot, Thomas R., Russell, Tanya L., Reimer, Lisa J., Bugoro, Hugo, Beebe, Nigel W., Cooper, Robert D., Sukawati, Supraman, Collins, Frank H., and Lobo, Neil F. (2013). Barrier screens: a method to sample blood-fed and host-seeking exophilic mosquitoes. Malaria Journal, 12 (1). 49. pp. 1-9.

 Hapairai, Limb K., Joseph, Hayley, Sang, Michel A. Cheong , Melrose, Wayne, Ritchie, Scott A., Burkot, Thomas R., Sinkins, Steven P., and Bossin, Hervé C. (2013). Field evaluation of selected traps and lures for monitoring the filarial and arbovirus vector, Aedes polynesiensis (Diptera: Culicidae), in French Polynesia. Journal of Medical Entomology, 50 (4). pp. 731-739.

 Walshe, Deirdre P., Garner, Paul, Adeel, Ahmed A. Abdel-Hameed , Pyke, Graham H., and Burkot, Tom (2013). Larvivorous fish for preventing malaria transmission. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews , 12. CD008090. pp. 1-65.

 Sikaala, Chadwick H., Killeen, Gerry F., Chanda, Javan, Chinula, Dingani , Miller, John M., Russell, Tanya L., and Seyoum, Aklilu (2013). Evaluation of alternative mosquito sampling methods for malaria vectors in lowland south-east Zambia. Parasites & Vectors, 6 (1). 91. pp. 1-11.

 Garza-Hernández, Javier A., Rodríguez-Pérez, Mario A., Salazar, Ma Isabel, Russell, Tanya L., Adeleke, Monsuru A., de Luna-Santillana, Erik de J., and Reyes-Villanueva, Filiberto (2013). Vectorial capacity of Aedes aegypti for dengue virus type 2 is reduced with co-infection of Metarhizium anisopliae. PLoS Neglected Tropical Disease, 7 (3). e2013. pp. 1-5.

 Lyimo, Issa N., Haydon, Daniel T., Russell, Tanya L., Mbina, Kasian F., Daraja, Ally A., Mbehela, Edgar M., Reeve, Richard, and Ferguson, Heather M. (2013). The impact of host species and vector control measures on the fitness of African malaria vectors. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 280 (1754). 20122823. pp. 1-10.

 Russell, Tanya L., Lwetoijera, Dickson W., Knols, Bart G.J., Takken, Willem, Killeen, Gerry F., and Kelly-Hope, Louise A. (2013). Geographic coincidence of increased malaria transmission hazard and vulnerability occurring at the periphery of two Tanzanian villages. Malaria Journal, 12 (1). 24. pp. 1-11.

 Staunton, Kyran Michael (2013). The vulnerability of flightless ground beetles (Carabidae) to climate change in the Australian tropical rainforest. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

 Ritchie, Scott A.Paton, ChrisBuhagiar, TamaraWebb, Garry A., and Jovic, Vladan (2013). Residual treatment of Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) in containers using Pyriproxyfen slow-release granules (Sumilarv 0.5G). Journal of Medical Entomology, 50 (5). pp. 1169-1172.

 Jacups, Susan P.Ball, Tamara S.Paton, Christopher J.Johnson, Petrina H., and Ritchie, Scott A. (2013). Operational use of household bleach to "crash and release" Aedes aegypti prior to Wolbachia-infected mosquito release. Journal of Medical Entomology, 50 (2). pp. 344-351.

 Williams, C.R.Johnson, P.H.Ball, T.S., and Ritchie, S.A. (2013). Productivity and population density estimates of the dengue vector mosquito Aedes aegypti (Stegomyia aegypti) in Australia. Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 27 (3). pp. 313-322.


 Yoshioka, Miho, Couret, Jannelle, Kim, Frances, McMillan, Joseph, Burkot, Thomas R., Dotson, Ellen M., Kitron, Uriel, and Vazquez-Prokopec, Gonzalo M. (2012). Diet and density dependent competition affect larval performance and oviposition site selection in the mosquito species Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae). Parasites & Vectors, 5 (October). 225. pp. 1-11.

 Sinka, Marianne E., Bangs, Michael J., Manguin, Sylvie, Rubio-Palis, Yasmin, Chareonviriyaphap, Theeraphap, Coetzee, Maureen, Mbogo, Charles M., Hemingway, Janet, Patil, Anand P., Temperley, William H., Gething, Peter W., Kabaria, Caroline W., Burkot, Thomas R., Harbach, Ralph E., and Hay, Simon I. (2012). A global map of dominant malaria vectors. Parasites & Vectors, 5. 69. pp. 1-11.

 Pulford, Justin, Tandrapah, Anthony, Atkinson, Jo-An, Kaupa, Brown, Russell, Tanya, and Hetzel, Manuel W. (2012). Feasibility and acceptability of insecticide-treated plastic sheeting (ITPS) for vector control in Papua New Guinea. Malaria Journal, 11. 342. pp. 1-9.

 Seyoum, A, Sikaala, C, Chanda, J, Chinula, D, Ntamatungiro, A, Hawela, M, Miller, John, Russell, Tanya, Briët, O, and Killeen, G (2012). Human exposure to anopheline mosquitoes occurs primarily indoors, even for users of insecticide-treated nets in Luangwa Valley, South-east Zambia. Parasites & Vectors, 5. p. 101.

 Chaki, Prosper P., Mlacha, Yeromin, Msellemu, Daniel, Muhili, Athuman, Malishee, Alpha D., Mtema, Zacharia, Kiware, Samson, Zhou, Ying, Lobo, Neil, Russell, Tanya L., Dongus, Stefan, Govella, Nicodem, and Killeen, Gerry F. (2012). An affordable, quality-assured community-based system for high-resolution entomological surveillance of vector mosquitoes that reflects human malaria infection risk patterns. Malaria Journal, 11. 172. pp. 1-18.

 Mnyone, Ladslaus, Lyimo, Issa N., Lwetoijera, Dickson W., Mpingwa, Monica W., Nchimbi, Nuru, Hancock, Penelope A., Russell, Tanya L., Kirby, Matthew J., Takken, Willem, and Koenraadt, Constantianus J.M. (2012). Exploiting the behaviour of wild malaria vectors to achieve high infection with fungal biocontrol agents. Malaria Journal, 11. 87. pp. 1-11.

 Okumu, Fredros O., Moore, Jason, Mbeyela, Edgar, Sherlock, Mark, Sangusangu, Robert, Ligamba, Godfrey, Russell, Tanya, and Moore, Sarah J. (2012). A modified experimental hut design for studying responses of disease-transmitting mosquitoes to indoor interventions: the Ifakara experimental huts. PLoS ONE, 7 (2). e30967. pp. 1-17.


 Alonso, Pedro L., Besansky, Nora J., Burkot, Thomas R., Collins, Frank H., Hemingway, Janet, James, Anthony A., Lengeler, Christian, Lindsay, Steven, Liu, Qiyong, Lobo, Neil F., Mnzava, Abraham, Tanner, Marcel, and Zwiebel, Larry (2011). A research agenda for malaria eradication: vector control. PLoS Medicine, 8 (1). e1000401. pp. 1-8.

 Russell, Tanya L., Lwetoijera, Dickson W., Knols, Bart G.J., Takken, Willem, Killeen, Gerry F., and Ferguson, Heather M. (2011). Linking individual phenotype to density-dependent population growth: the influence of body size on the population dynamics of malaria vectors. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 278 (1721). pp. 3142-3151.

 Bugoro, Hugo, Iro'ofa, Charlie, Mackenzie, Donna O., Apairamo, Allen, Hevalao, Watson, Corcoran, Sarah, Bobogare, Albino, Beebe, Nigel W., Russell, Tanya L., Chen, Cheng-Chen, and Cooper, Robert D. (2011). Changes in vector species composition and current vector biology and behaviour will favour malaria elimination in Santa Isabel Province, Solomon Islands. Malaria Journal, 10 (1). 287. pp. 1-11.

 Bugoro, Hugo, Hii, Jeffery, Russell, Tanya L., Cooper, Robert D., Chan, Benny K.K., Iro'ofa, Charles, Butafa, Charles, Apairamo, Allen, Bobogare, Albino, and Chen, Cheng-Chen (2011). Influence of environmental factors on the abundance of Anopheles farauti larvae in large brackish water streams in Northern Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands. Malaria Journal, 10 (1). 262. pp. 1-11.

 Bugoro, Hugo, Cooper, Robert D., Butafa, Charles, Iro'ofa, Charlie, Mackenzie, Donna O., Chen, Cheng-Chen, and Russell, Tanya L. (2011). Bionomics of the malaria vector Anopheles farauti in Temotu Province, Solomon Islands: issues for malaria elimination. Malaria Journal, 10 (1). 133. pp. 1-11.

 Russell, Tanya L., Govella, Nicodem J., Azizi, Salum, Drakeley, Christopher J., Kachur, S. Patrick, and Killeen, Gerry F. (2011). Increased proportions of outdoor feeding among residual malaria vector populations following increased use of insecticide-treated nets in rural Tanzania. Malaria Journal, 10. 80. pp. 1-10.

 Mnyone, Ladslaus L., Kirby, Matthew J., Mpingwa, Monica W., Lwetoijera, Dickson W., Knols, Bart G.J., Takken, Willem, Koenraadt, Constantianus J.M., and Russell, Tanya L. (2011). Infection of Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes with entomopathogenic fungi: effect of host age and blood-feeding status. Parasitology Research, 108 (2). pp. 317-322.

 Staunton, Kyran M.Fellows, Christine S.Kitching, Roger L.Nakamura, AkihiroBurwell, Chris J., and Raven, Robert J. (2011). Limited surrogacy between predatory arthropods along an altitudinal gradient in subtropical rainforest. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 55 (2). pp. 291-302.