Comprehensive characterization of internal and cuticle surface microbiota of laboratory-reared F1 Anopheles albimanus originating from different sites

**Background** Research on mosquito-microbe interactions may lead to new tools for mosquito and mosquito-borne disease control. To date, such research has largely utilized laboratory-reared mosquitoes that typically lack the microbial diversity of …

Overabundance of Asaia and Serratia bacteria is associated with deltamethrin insecticide susceptibiltiy in Anopheles coluzzii from Agboville, Cote d'Ivoire

Background: Insecticide resistance among mosquito species is now a pervasive phenomenon, which threatens to jeopardise global malaria vector control efforts. Evidence of links between the mosquito microbiota and insecticide resistance is emerging, …

Integrated disease management: arboviral infections and waterborne diarrhoea

Water-related diseases such as diarrhoeal diseases from viral, bacterial and parasitic organisms and *Aedes*-borne arboviral diseases are major global health problems. We believe that these two disease groups share common risk factors, namely …

Western Kenyan Anopheles gambiae showing intense permethrin resistance harbour distinct microbiota

**Background** Insecticide resistance poses a growing challenge to malaria vector control in Kenya and around the world. Following evidence of associations between the mosquito microbiota and insecticide resistance, the microbiota of Anopheles …

Considerations for mosquito microbiome research from the Mosquito Microbiome Consortium

This perspective serves to introduce the Mosquito Microbiome Consortium and invite broader participation. It highlights the issues we view as most pressing to the community and proposes guidelines for conducting mosquito microbiome research.

Aedes Albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) Susceptibility Status to Agrochemical Insecticides Used in Durian Planting Systems in Southern Thailand

This represents the first report of the susceptibility status of *Ae. albopictus* from durian orchards in southern Thailand to agrochemical insecticides. Results showed complete susceptibility of these mosquitoes to chlorpyrifos, but reduced mortality following exposure to lambda-cyhalothrin, carbaryl, and imidacloprid, which is suggestive of the development of resistance. These findings provide new insights into the status of insecticide resistance in *Ae. albopictus* populations, with important implications for mosquito and mosquito-borne disease control in Thailand.

Pyrethroid exposure alters internal and cuticle surface bacterial communities in Anopheles albimanus

This study shows how pyrethroid exposure alters the internal and cuticle surface microbiota of *Anopheles albimanus*, a major coastal Latin American malaria vector.