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- WERBLOW, A.; FLECHL, E.; KLIMPEL, S.; ZITTRA, C.; LEBL, K.; KIESER, K.; LACINY, A.; SILBERMAYR, K.; MELAUN, C.; FUEHRER, H.‐P.
- Medical and veterinary entomology 2016 v.30 no.1 pp. 8-13
- Anopheles maculipennis; Culex pipiens form molestus; Culex pipiens pipiens; DNA; adults; barcoding; cost effectiveness; ethanol; experts; gel electrophoresis; genes; head; hybrids; indigenous species; introduced species; invasive species; larvae; monitoring; pathogens; polymerase chain reaction; researchers; species identification; storage conditions
- ... Millions of people die each year as a result of pathogens transmitted by mosquitoes. However, the morphological identification of mosquito species can be difficult even for experts. The identification of morphologically indistinguishable species, such as members of the Anopheles maculipennis complex (Diptera: Culicidae), and possible hybrids, such as Culex pipiens pipiens/Culex pipiens molestus (D ...
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