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Title: AIMSurv: First pan-European harmonized surveillance of Aedes invasive mosquito species of relevance for human vector-borne diseases
Authors: Miranda, Miguel Ángel 
Barceló, Carlos 
Arnoldi, Daniele 
Augsten, Xenia 
Bakran-Lebl, Karin 
Balatsos, George 
Bengoa, Mikel 
Bindler, Philippe 
Boršová, Kristina 
Bourquia, Maria 
Bravo-Barriga, Daniel 
Čabanová, Viktória 
Caputo, Beniamino 
Christou, Maria 
Delacour, Sarah 
Eritja, Roger 
Fassi-Fihri, Ouafaa 
Ferraguti, Martina 
Flacio, Eleonora 
Frontera, Eva 
Fuehrer, Hans-Peter 
García-Pérez, Ana L. 
Georgiades, Pantelis 
Gewehr, Sandra 
Goiri, Fátima 
González, Mikel Alexander 
Gschwind, Martin 
Gutiérrez-López, Rafael 
Horváth, Cintia 
Ibáñez-Justicia, Adolfo 
Jani, Viola 
Kadriaj, Përparim 
Kalan, Katja 
Kavran, Mihaela 
Klobučar, Ana 
Kurucz, Kornélia 
Lucientes, Javier 
Lühken, Renke 
Magallanes, Sergio 
Marini, Giovanni 
Martinou, Angeliki F. 
Michelutti, Alice 
Mihalca, Andrei Daniel 
Montalvo, Tomás 
Montarsi, Fabrizio 
Mourelatos, Spiros 
Muja-Bajraktari, Nesade 
Müller, Pie 
Notarides, Gregoris 
Osório, Hugo Costa 
Oteo, José A. 
Oter, Kerem 
Pajović, Igor 
Palmer, John R. B. 
Petrinic, Suncica 
Răileanu, Cristian 
Ries, Christian 
Rogozi, Elton 
Ruiz-Arrondo, Ignacio 
Sanpera-Calbet, Isis 
Sekulić, Nebojša 
Sevim, Kivanc 
Sherifi, Kurtesh 
Silaghi, Cornelia 
Silva, Manuel 
Sokolovska, Nikolina 
Soltész, Zoltán 
Sulesco, Tatiana 
Šušnjar, Jana 
Teekema, Steffanie 
Valsecchi, Andrea 
Vasquez Christodoulou, Marlen 
Velo, Enkelejda 
Michaelakis, Antonios 
Wint, William 
Major Field of Science: Natural Sciences
Field Category: Earth and Related Environmental Sciences
Keywords: Ecology;Biodiversity;Taxonomy
Issue Date: 31-May-2022
Source: GigaByte, 2022
Journal: GigaByte 
Abstract: Human and animal vector-borne diseases, particularly mosquito-borne diseases, are emerging or re-emerging worldwide. Six Aedes invasive mosquito (AIM) species were introduced to Europe since the 1970s: Aedes aegypti, Ae. albopictus, Ae. japonicus, Ae. koreicus, Ae. atropalpus and Ae. triseriatus. Here, we report the results of AIMSurv2020, the first pan-European surveillance effort for AIMs. Implemented by 42 volunteer teams from 24 countries. And presented in the form of a dataset named “AIMSurv Aedes Invasive Mosquito species harmonized surveillance in Europe. AIM-COST Action. Project ID: CA17108”. AIMSurv2020 harmonizes field surveillance methodologies for sampling different AIMs life stages, frequency and minimum length of sampling period, and data reporting. Data include minimum requirements for sample types and recommended requirements for those teams with more resources. Data are published as a Darwin Core archive in the Global Biodiversity Information Facility- Spain, comprising a core file with 19,130 records (EventID) and an occurrences file with 19,743 records (OccurrenceID). AIM species recorded in AIMSurv2020 were Ae. albopictus, Ae. japonicus and Ae. koreicus, as well as native mosquito species.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.14279/28838
ISSN: 2709-4715
DOI: 10.46471/gigabyte.57
Rights: This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License
Type: Article
Affiliation : University of the Balearic Islands 
Fondazione Edmund Mach 
Kommunale Aktionsgemeinschaft zur Bekämpfung der Schnakenplage 
Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety 
Benaki Phytopathological Institute 
Anticimex Spain 
Brigade Verte du Haut-Rhin 
Slovak Academy of Sciences 
Agronomic and Veterinary Institute Hassan II 
University of Extremadura 
University Sapienza 
The Cyprus Institute 
University of Zaragoza 
University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland 
University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna 
NEIKER-Basque Institute for Agricultural Research and Development 
Ecodevelopment S.A. 
Universidad Iberoamericana 
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute 
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Cluj-Napoca 
Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority 
Institute of Public Health (Albania) 
University of Primorska 
University of Novi Sad 
Andrija Stampar Teaching Institute of Public Health 
University of Pécs 
Bernhard Nocht Institute of Tropical Medicine 
RAF Akrotiri BFPO 
Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie 
Agencia de Salud Pública de Barcelona 
University of Prishtina 
Cyprus University of Technology 
National Institute of Health (Portugal) 
Hospital Universitario San Pedro-CIBIR 
Istanbul University 
University of Montenegro 
Universitat Pompeu Fabra 
Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut 
Luxembourg National Museum of Natural History 
Institute of Public Health of Montenegro 
Hacettepe University 
University Hasan Prishtina 
PHI Center for Public Health-Skopje 
Eötvös Lóránd Research Network 
Ministry of Education and Research Moldova 
Environmental Research Group Oxford 
Francis Schaffner Consultancy 
Universität Basel 
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