|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2001|
|Authors:||C. Dahl, Blackmore M. S.|
|Journal:||European Mosquito Bulletin|
<p>The distribution of the European tree-hole mosquito, Ochlerotatus geniculatus, in Fennoscandia is reviewed. Based on the examination of museum specimens from Denmark, and published and unpublished collection data from Sweden, the range of this species is revised and extended. Distributional data from Norway and Finland are scarce and no recent records are available from either country. Factors limiting the northern distribution of Oc. geniculatus in Sweden, and the possibility that loss of tree-hole habitats threatens the survival of this species in central Fennoscandia, are also discussed.</p>
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The distribution and status of Ochlerotatus geniculatus (Olivier) in Fennoscandia