Recently discovered Aedes japonicus japonicus (Diptera: Culicidae) populations in The Netherlands and northern Germany resulted from a new introduction event and from a split from an existing population

@inproceedings{Zielke2015RecentlyDA,
  title={Recently discovered Aedes japonicus japonicus (Diptera: Culicidae) populations in The Netherlands and northern Germany resulted from a new introduction event and from a split from an existing population},
  author={Dorothee E. Zielke and Adolfo Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez-Justicia and Katja Kalan and Enrih Merdi{\'c} and H. Van Kampen and Doreen Werner},
  booktitle={Parasites & Vectors},
  year={2015}
}
Originally native to East Asia, Aedes japonicus japonicus, a potential vector of several arboviruses, has become one of the most invasive mosquito species in the world. After having established in the USA, it is now spreading in Europe, with new populations emerging. In contrast to the USA, the introduction pathways and modes of dispersal in Europe are largely obscure. To find out if two recently detected populations of Ae. j. japonicus in The Netherlands and northern Germany go back to new… CONTINUE READING

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