ABSTRACT : Insects are commonly infected by fungal diseases and are mostly susceptible to them. Increasing levels of insecticide
resistance has recently become an issue for control programs; thus, research has focused on mosquito control using
entomopathogenic fungi, including fungal pathogens such as , , and Review discusses entomopathogenic fungi related to control programs for mosquito transmitted vector-borne diseases
such as dengue, filariasis, malaria, and yellow fever, and how to use entomopathogenic fungi for mosquito control.