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Introduction . Global climate changes affect the habitats of insects, including mosquitoes, which are carriers of dangerous natural focal infections. When mosquitos develop new territories, they create a potential threat to people who find themselves in these areas. In the Krasnodar Region, a stable population of Ae. albopictus mosquitoes was forme...
Background: The incidence and area of arbovirus infections is increasing around the world. It is largely linked to the spread of the main arbovirus vectors, invasive mosquito of the genus Aedes. Previously, it has been reported that Aedes aegypti reemerged in Russia after a 50-year absence. Moreover, in 2011, Ae. albopictus was registered in the c...
The area of invasive species Aedes albopictus and Aedes aegypti is expanding. Precise identification and understanding of the genetic diversity of invasive mosquito populations allows us to develop appropriate control methods. Endosymbiotic bacterium Wolbachia pipientis has different effects on their arthropod hosts and can influence the transmissi...
The sharply increased incidence and geographical expansion of arbovirus diseases in recent years suggest that some Russian areas are vulnerable to vector-born diseases and that it is important to elaborate control programs to ensure biological safety in our country. More over, the main vectors of the pathogens of arbovirus infections (Zika fever, d...
Following the identification of Aedes (Ae.) aegypti in the Sochi area in Russia at the beginning of 2000, entomological surveys were conducted during the summers of 2007, 2011, and 2012, leading to the identification of Ae. albopictus and Ae. koreicus. These findings highlight Russia as being the only country in the World Health Organization Europe...
Based on climatic characteristics, the authors show that an invasive Aedes albopictus species is likely to emerge in new areas of the Russian Federation.
For the first time mosquito Aedes koreicus were identified by morphology and molecular genetics in the south of European Russia (Sochi city) in 2013.
There is evidence that in the Black Sea coastal area, Ae.albopictus mosquitoes are encountered everywhere from N. Afon to Dzhubga over a length of 250 km of the coast and Ae.aegypti ones are from N. Afon to Agoi, Tuapse District (215 km). The Ae.albopictus mosquitoes have extended 44 km in length and 600 m in height in the eastern part of the coast...