|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2001|
|Authors:||A. Kaiser, Jerrentrup, H., Samanidou-Voyadjoglou, A., Becker, N.|
|Journal:||European Mosquito Bulletin|
<p>A study of the mosquito fauna in northern Greece yielded four species not previously recorded in the country. These are Ochlerotatus sticticus from the Axios River, and Ochlerotatus pullatus, Ochlerotatus punctor and Ochlerotatus cataphylla from the Rhodope Mountains. An uncertain record of Ochlerotatus communis is confirmed. Details of the records together with data on the bionomics of the species are presented.</p>
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Contribution to the distribution of European mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae): four new country records from northern Greece