Guidelines for the surveillance of invasive mosquitoes in Europe
ECDC has produced these guidelines which aim to support the implementation of tailored surveillance for invasive mosquito species of public health relevance.
Guidelines for the surveillance of native mosquitoes in Europe
While the number of mosquito-borne diseases in Europe is currently low, there is an increasing trend in their global incidence and geographical distribution.
West Nile Virus Circulation in Mosquitoes in Greece (2010-2013)
Patsoula, E., Vakali, A., Balatsos, G., Pervanidou, D., Beleri, S., Tegos, N., Baka, A., Spanakos, G., Georgakopoulou, T., Tserkezou, P., Van Bortel, W., Zeller, H., Menounos, P., Kremastinou, J., Hadjichristodoulou, C.
Field sampling methods for mosquitoes, sandflies, biting midges and ticks
This report of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) was produced by the VectorNet project (European network for sharing data on the geographic distribution of arthropod vectors transmitting human and animal disease agents).
The importance of vector abundance and seasonality
The objective of this document is to assess the degree to which estimates of vector abundance and seasonality, for each vector group, can be used to inform assessments of epidemiological concepts.