Our mosquito research is focused on the morphological and molecular taxonomy, phylogeny and classification of mosquitoes (Culicidae), a family of more than 3,500 species, with emphasis on mosquitoes of medical importance.
The Mosquito Taxonomic Inventory website is a taxonomic framework of information for all taxa.
The aim of this research project is to produce a testable phylogeny on which to base a predictive classification of the Culicini tribe.
This research is analysing the relationships between species in the Anopheles barbirostris complex.
The primary aims of this research study are molecular surveys of mosquito flaviviruses and characterisation of the mosquito vectors of flaviviruses.
This three year project will investigate the biology of mosquitos responsible for malaria transmission.
Merit Researcher and world authority on the taxonomy and systematics of mosquitoes. Focusing on the integrated systematics of insect disease vectors, especially Culicidae.