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Vicente, J.L., Carla A. Sousa, Alten, B., Caglar, S.S., Falcutá, E., Latorre, J.M....João Pinto (2011). Genetic and phenotypic variation of the malaria vector Anopheles atroparvus in southern Europe. Malaria Journal. 10
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V. J.L. et al.,  "Genetic and phenotypic variation of the malaria vector Anopheles atroparvus in southern Europe", in Malaria Journal, vol. 10, 2011
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@article{j.l.2011_1660160428673,
	author = "Vicente, J.L. and Carla A. Sousa and Alten, B. and Caglar, S.S. and Falcutá, E. and Latorre, J.M. and Toty, C. and Barré, H. and Demirci, B. and Di Luca, M. and Toma, L. and Alves, R. and salgueiro, P. and Silva, T.L. and Bargues, M.D. and Mas-Coma, S. and Boccolini, D. and Romi, R. and Nicolescu, G. and Do Rosário, V.E. and Ozer, N. and Fontenille, D. and João Pinto",
	title = "Genetic and phenotypic variation of the malaria vector Anopheles atroparvus in southern Europe",
	journal = "Malaria Journal",
	year = "2011",
	volume = "10",
	number = "",
	doi = "10.1186/1475-2875-10-5",
	url = "https://malariajournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1475-2875-10-5"
}
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TY  - JOUR
TI  - Genetic and phenotypic variation of the malaria vector Anopheles atroparvus in southern Europe
T2  - Malaria Journal
VL  - 10
AU  - Vicente, J.L.
AU  - Carla A. Sousa
AU  - Alten, B.
AU  - Caglar, S.S.
AU  - Falcutá, E.
AU  - Latorre, J.M.
AU  - Toty, C.
AU  - Barré, H.
AU  - Demirci, B.
AU  - Di Luca, M.
AU  - Toma, L.
AU  - Alves, R.
AU  - salgueiro, P.
AU  - Silva, T.L.
AU  - Bargues, M.D.
AU  - Mas-Coma, S.
AU  - Boccolini, D.
AU  - Romi, R.
AU  - Nicolescu, G.
AU  - Do Rosário, V.E.
AU  - Ozer, N.
AU  - Fontenille, D.
AU  - João Pinto
PY  - 2011
SN  - 1475-2875
DO  - 10.1186/1475-2875-10-5
UR  - https://malariajournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1475-2875-10-5
AB  - Background
There is a growing concern that global climate change will affect the potential for pathogen transmission by insect species that are vectors of human diseases. One of these species is the former European malaria vector, Anopheles atroparvus. Levels of population differentiation of An. atroparvus from southern Europe were characterized as a first attempt to elucidate patterns of population structure of this former malaria vector. Results are discussed in light of a hypothetical situation of re-establishment of malaria transmission.

Methods
Genetic and phenotypic variation was analysed in nine mosquito samples collected from five European countries, using eight microsatellite loci and geometric morphometrics on 21 wing landmarks.

Results
Levels of genetic diversity were comparable to those reported for tropical malaria vectors. Low levels of genetic (0.004 
ER  -