molecular confirmation of the occurrence in germany of anopheles daciae (diptera, culicidae).anopheles daciae, a newly described member of the maculipennis group, was recently reported from western, southern and eastern europe. before its recognition, it had commonly been listed under the name of an. messeae, due to its extreme morphological and genetic similarities. as the sibling species of the maculipennis group are known to differ in their vector competences for malaria parasites and other pathogens, the occurrence of an. daciae in a given region might have an impact on the epidemio ...201223146352
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