Anopheles daciae Linton, Nicolescu & Harbach, 2004

PALEARCTIC REGION

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Etymology: Dacia [former country name of modern Romania]

Type locality: Budeni (44°11'55"N, 26°06'43"E), Giurgiu, Muntenia, Romania

Type depository: Natural History Museum, London, England, United Kingdom (NHMUK)

TAXONOMIC KEYS

None

 

WRBU LUCID KEYS

 

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WRBU - Genera - Global - Adult

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WRBU - Genera - Global - Larva

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WRBU - Genera - Western Palearctic - Adult

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WRBU - Genera - Western Palearctic - Larva

Exemplar DNA sequences

All Anopheles daciae DNA sequences

 

DISTRIBUTION NOTES

Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Kazakhstan, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, United Kingdom.

 

IMPORTANT REFERENCES

Linton, Nicolescu & Harbach 2004, In Nicolescu et al. 2004: 530 (E*; molecular taxonomy, distribution)

Di Luca et al. 2004 (distribution Kazakhstan, as messae)

Linton et al. 2005 (bionomics, molecular taxonomy, distribution; United Kingdom)

Kronefeld et al. 2012 (distribution; Germany)

Danabalan et al. 2014 (bionomics, distribution; United Kingdom)

Rydzanicz et al. 2017 (distribution; Poland)

Blažejová et al. 2018 (distribution; Czech Republic, Slovakia)

Kavran et al. 2018 (distribution; Serbia)

Robert et al. 2019 (distribution; western Palearctic)

Culverwell et al. 2020 (distribution; Finland)

 

CURRENT SYNONYMS

None

 

CURRENT SUBSPECIES

None

 

CITED REFERENCES

Blažejová, H., Šebesta, O., Rettich, F., Medel, J., Čabanová, V., Miterpáková, M., Betášová, L., Peško, J., Hubálek, Z., Kampen, H. & Rudolf, I. (2018) Cryptic species Anopheles daciae (Diptera: Culicidae) found in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Parasitology Research, 117, 315–321.

Culverwell, C.L., Vapalahti, O.P., & Harbach, R.E. (2020). Anopheles daciae, a new country record for Finland. Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 34(2), 145–150.

Danabalan, R., Monaghan, M.T., Ponsonby, D.J., & Linton, Y.-M. (2014). Occurrence and host preferences of Anopheles maculipennis group mosquitoes in England and Wales. Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 28, 169–178.

Di Luca, M., Boccolini, D., Marinucci, M., & Romi, R. (2004). Intrapopulation polymorphism in Anopheles messeae (An. maculipennis Complex) inferred by molecular analysis. Journal of Medical Entomology, 41(4), 582–586.

Kavran, M., Zgomba, M., Weitzel, T., Petric, D., Manz, C., & Becker, N. (2018) Distribution of Anopheles daciae and other Anopheles maculipennis complex species in Serbia. Parasitology Research, 117, 3277–3287.

Kronefeld, M., Dittmann, M., Zielke, D., Werner, D., & Kampen, H. (2012) Molecular confirmation of the occurrence in Germany of Anopheles daciae (Diptera, Culicidae). Parasites and Vectors, 5, 250.

Linton, Y.-M., Lee, A.S., & Curtis, C. (2005). Discovery of a third member of the Maculipennis Group in SW England. European Mosquito Bulletin, 19, 5–9.

Nicolescu, G., Linton, Y.-M., Vladimirescu, A., Howard, T.M., & Harbach, R.E. (2004). Mosquitoes of the Anopheles maculipennis group (Diptera: Culicidae) in Romania, with the discovery and formal recognition of a new species based on molecular and morphological evidence. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 94, 525–535.

Robert, V., Günay, F., Le Goff, G., Boussès, P., Sulesco, T., Khalin, A., Medlock, J.M., Kampen, H., Petrić, D., & Schaffner, F. (2019). Distribution chart for Euro-Mediterranean mosquitoes (western Palaearctic region). Journal of the European Mosquito Control Association, 37, 1–28.

Rydzanicz, K.,  Czułowska, A., Manz, C., & Jawień, P. (2017). First record of Anopheles daciae (Linton, Nicolescu & Harbach, 2004) in Poland.  Journal of Vector Ecology, 41(1), 196–199.

 

CITE THIS PAGE

Walter Reed Biosystematics Unit (Year). Anopheles daciae species page. Walter Reed Biosystematics Unit Website, http://wrbu.si.edu/vectorspecies/mosquitoes/daciae, accessed on [date (e.g. 03 February 2020) when you last viewed the site].