First assessment of potential distribution and dispersal capacity of the emerging invasive mosquito Aedes koreicus in Northeast Italy. Marcantonio, M., Metz, M., Baldacchino, F., Arnoldi, D., Montarsi, F., Capelli, G., Carlin, S., Neteler, M., & Rizzoli, A. Parasites & Vectors, 9:63, 2016.
First assessment of potential distribution and dispersal capacity of the emerging invasive mosquito Aedes koreicus in Northeast Italy [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
Invasive alien species represent a growing threat for natural systems, economy and human health. Active surveillance and responses that readily suppress newly established colonies are effective actions to mitigate the noxious consequences of biological invasions. However, when an exotic species establishes a viable population in a new area, predicting its potential spread is the most effective way to implement adequate control actions. Emerging invasive species, despite monitoring efforts, are poorly known in terms of behaviour and capacity to adapt to the new invaded range. Therefore, tools that provide information on their spread by maximising the available data, are critical.
@article{marcantonio_first_2016,
	title = {First assessment of potential distribution and dispersal capacity of the emerging invasive mosquito {Aedes} koreicus in {Northeast} {Italy}},
	volume = {9},
	issn = {1756-3305},
	url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s13071-016-1340-9},
	doi = {10.1186/s13071-016-1340-9},
	abstract = {Invasive alien species represent a growing threat for natural systems, economy and human health. Active surveillance and responses that readily suppress newly established colonies are effective actions to mitigate the noxious consequences of biological invasions. However, when an exotic species establishes a viable population in a new area, predicting its potential spread is the most effective way to implement adequate control actions. Emerging invasive species, despite monitoring efforts, are poorly known in terms of behaviour and capacity to adapt to the new invaded range. Therefore, tools that provide information on their spread by maximising the available data, are critical.},
	urldate = {2016-10-08},
	journal = {Parasites \& Vectors},
	author = {Marcantonio, Matteo and Metz, Markus and Baldacchino, Frédéric and Arnoldi, Daniele and Montarsi, Fabrizio and Capelli, Gioia and Carlin, Sara and Neteler, Markus and Rizzoli, Annapaola},
	year = {2016},
	keywords = {PhD\_reading, \_tablet},
	pages = {63},
}
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