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Endemic northern malaria reached 68°N latitude in Europe during the 19th century, where the summer mean temperature only irregularly exceeded 16°C, the lower limit needed for sporogony of Plasmodium… (More)
A sudden outbreak of vivax malaria among Finnish troops in SE-Finland and along the front line in Hanko peninsula in the southwest occurred in 1941 during World War II. The common explanation has… (More)
DNA sequences offer powerful tools for describing the members and interactions of natural communities. In this study, we establish the to-date most comprehensive library of DNA barcodes for a… (More)
Malaria was prevalent in Finland in the 18th century. It declined slowly without deliberate counter-measures and the last indigenous case was reported in 1954. In the present analysis of indigenous… (More)
A checklist of the Culicidae (Diptera) recorded from Finland is provided.
A checklist of the family Ceratopogonidae (Diptera) recorded from Finland is provided.
Plasmodium vivax is the most widespread malaria parasite. It has a dormant stage in the human liver, which makes it difficult to eradicate. It is proposed that a relapse of vivax malaria, besides… (More)
Monthly malaria cases in Finland during 1750–1850 revealed regionally different peaks. The main peak was in late spring in the whole country, but additional peaks occurred in August and December in… (More)