|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2020|
|Journal:||Journal of the European Mosquito Control Association|
|Keywords:||Aedes, dispersal, Europe, invasive mosquitoes, pathway, surveillance, vector-borne diseases|
Abstract: In the last decades, Aedes invasive mosquito species (AIMs) have arrived in Europe from overseas, introduced via different pathways. Several species such as Aedes albopictus, Ae. japonicus and Ae. koreicus were introduced, built populations, and expanded their distribution into new regions. The introduction and establishment of AIMs in Europe is a risk to public health, due to the ability of these mosquitoes to transmit diverse pathogens of vector-borne diseases. The objective of this manuscript is to review
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Pathways for introduction and dispersal of invasive Aedes mosquito species in Europe: a review