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Table 1 Presence of Pseudomonas in studies on Anopheles gut flora

From: Malpighian tubules are important determinants of Pseudomonas transstadial transmission and longtime persistence in Anopheles stephensi

Mosquito species Frequency Reference Region
An. albimanus 17% [12] Laboratory reared, USA, North America
An. culicifacies Most common, 57% [10] Iran, Asia
An. darlingi 5% (3 of 57) [13] Brazil, South America
An. gambiae 17% [12] Laboratory reared, USA, North America
An. gambiae 1.65% [14] Cameroon, Africa
An. gambiae 0.05-5.37% depending on stage [15] Partly laboratory reared, Kenya, Africa
An. maculipennis Pseudomonas sp. were detected in most of the specimens analyzed [16] Iran, Asia
An. stephensi 38% [12] Laboratory reared, USA, North America
An. stephensi Pseudomonas sp. were detected in most of the specimens analyzed [16] Iran, Asia
An. stephensi Pseudomonas was the most frequent (51% in larvae and 54% in adults) [11] Iran, Asia
An. stephensi Pseudomonas mendocina and Serratia marcescens were the most abundant [17] Laboratory reared, India, Asia