2020
DOI: 10.1111/jvec.12399
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Molecular relationships of introducedAedes japonicus(Diptera: Culicidae) populations in British Columbia, Canada using mitochondrial DNA

Abstract: Aedes japonicus japonicus (Theobald) is a relatively recent immigrant to the Pacific Northwest, having been collected in Washington State in 2001 and in British Columbia (BC) since 2014. We applied a molecular barcoding approach to determine the phylogenetic relationship of Ae. j. japonicus populations in BC with those from around the world. We sequenced a 617 base‐pair segment of the cytochrome c oxidase 1 gene and a 330 base‐pair region of the NADH dehydrogenase 4 gene to find genetic variation and character… Show more

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“…j. japonicus arrived in eastern North America via at least two separate introductions from Europe, 121 and similar studies suggest that populations in western North America are derived from these populations. 122 Evidence from the United States suggests that human-assisted dispersal is the main mode of Ae. j. japonicus expansion within North America.…”
Section: Invasive Mosquitoes Known From Canadamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…j. japonicus arrived in eastern North America via at least two separate introductions from Europe, 121 and similar studies suggest that populations in western North America are derived from these populations. 122 Evidence from the United States suggests that human-assisted dispersal is the main mode of Ae. j. japonicus expansion within North America.…”
Section: Invasive Mosquitoes Known From Canadamentioning
confidence: 99%