Ecology of invasive mosquitoes: effects on resident species and on human health.

@article{Juliano2005EcologyOI,
  title={Ecology of invasive mosquitoes: effects on resident species and on human health.},
  author={Steven A Juliano and Leon Philip Lounibos},
  journal={Ecology letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={8 5},
  pages={558-74}
}
Investigations of biological invasions focus on patterns and processes that are related to introduction, establishment, spread and impacts of introduced species. This review focuses on the ecological interactions operating during invasions by the most prominent group of insect vectors of disease, mosquitoes. First, we review characteristics of non-native mosquito species that have established viable populations, and those invasive species that have spread widely and had major impacts, testing… CONTINUE READING
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