ISSN 2076-8462


Pest-Management № 1 (101)/2017


Bat born-infections epidemiology


V. Makarov,

Peoples Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), 6 Miklukho-Maklaya street, 117198, Moscow, Russian Federation

D. Lozovoy,

FSBI «Federal Center for Animal Health» (FSBI «ARRIAH»), Md. Yurievets, 600901, city of Vladimir, Russia


The paper continues series of publications on the viruses ecologically related to Chiroptera. Main epidemiology elements of the infections caused by them are considered. The characteristics of the epidemic process, mechanisms of the proepidemicing, synergizing factors of macro epidemic risk are presented and discussed.


Keywords: Chiroptera, bat viruses, bat infections, epidemic


page 5-13


Global climate warming, сhanging distribution of vectors, expansion of inavading species and pathogens associated with them


In loving memory of Prof. Andrey N. Alekseev



H. Dubinina, Candidate of Science, Leading Research Associate of Zoological Institute Russian

Academy of Sciences, St.-Petersburg; e-mail:


The review aims to: identify the effect of global climate warming on the expansion of invading species and their naturalization outside natural distribution areas; assess possible expansion of southern vector species and pathogens associated with them; forecast the probability of the emergence of new transmissible infections’ foci due to climate changes; reveal the role of migratory birds in the possible extinction of old and the emergence of new foci of human infections and infections of domestic animals; assess the effect of changing distribution of vectors and pathogens on the development of epizootic processes along the migratory routes of birds; assess the importance of human migrations for the distribution of transmissible diseases.


Keywords: global climate warming, introduction, tick-borne pathogens, Ixodes tick, viruses, natural infection foci, area


page 14-24

Development of insecticide from different chemical groups resistance in the populations of Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti and Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus mosquitoes


S. Roslavtseva, М. Alekseev, Scientific Research Disinfectology Institute of Rospotrebnadzor, I. M. Sechenov First MSMU, 18 Nauchniy proezd, Moscow, 117246, Russian Federation


Problem of insecticide resistance development in populations of Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti and Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus mosquitoes that are vectors of arboviral infections is discussed in this review.


Keywords: Aedes mosquitoes, arboviruses, resistance, insecticides


page 25-37


Increasing sensitivity of detection of pathogens parasitosis in the environmental objects by the method of instrumental washes


O. Moskina, FBUZ «Center for hygiene and epidemiology in KMAO-Yugra in Nizhnevartovsk city and in Nizhnevartovsk region, in Megion and Raduzhny cities, 628606, Russia, KHMAO-Yugra, Nizhnevartovsk, Omskaya street, house 15, e-mail:

T. Guzeeva doctor of medical sciences, Federal service for supervision of consumer rights protection and human welfare, 127994, Russia, Moscow, Vadkovsky pereulok 18, building 5 and 7, e-mail:


In this article we present experimental data on the increase in the sensitivity of detection of parasitic objects in the study by the instrumental washout method. For this purpose for the first time in the practice of sanitary-parasitological research we have proposed the use of sunflower-seed oil for repayment of foam-formation.


Keywords: fruit and vegetable, fruit and berries and plant products, eggs of geohelminthes, sunflowerseed oil, repayment of foam-formation


page 38-40

Chlorfenapyr – perspective pyrrole insecticide for combating resistant synanthropic insects


О. Eremina, Scientific Research Disinfectology Institute of Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing, 18 Nauchniy proezd, Moscow, 117246, Russian Federation


A review of foreign literature is devoted to insecticide chlorfenapyr from the group of pyrroles and its application abroad. Information on used preparations and concentrations of chlorfenapyr in relation to bed bugs, various species of mosquitoes, cockroaches, ants, etc. The mechanism of action and resistance to chlorfenapyr populations of insects and mites in the world are considered.


Keywords: cockroaches, bed bugs, mosquitoes, chlorfenapyr, pyrroles


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Makarov V. V., Lozovoy D. A. New particularly dangerous infections associated with bats


reviewer - Gennadiy  Sidorov

For correspondence: Gennadiy N Sidorov,


page 52-53


14th Unternational Conference on Urban Health. 26-29 September, Coimbra, Portugal


3rd Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) Science Conference, 7th PEEX Meeting & IIASA Workshop, Moscow, Russia, 19–22 September 2017