Molecular Phylogenetics of Aedes japonicus, a Disease Vector That Recently Invaded Western Europe, North America, and the Hawaiian Islands

@inproceedings{Cameron2010MolecularPO,
  title={Molecular Phylogenetics of Aedes japonicus, a Disease Vector That Recently Invaded Western Europe, North America, and the Hawaiian Islands},
  author={Emilie C. Cameron and Richard C. Wilkerson and Motoyoshi Mogi and Ichiro Miyagi and Takako Toma and Heung-Chul Kim and Dina M. Fonseca},
  booktitle={Journal of medical entomology},
  year={2010}
}
ABSTRACT We used two mitochondrial loci (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide dehydrogenase subunit 4 and cytochrome oxidase II) and a nuclear locus (28S-D2 spacer) for a total of 1337 bp to evaluate the relationships among the four subspecies of Aedes (Finlaya) japonicus Theobald. Ae. j. japonicus was recently introduced into the United States and has been expanding rapidly. We also included in our analysis a morphologically very closely related species, Aedes (Finlaya) koreicus Edwards, as well… 
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