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Table 1 Origin of Ae. j. japonicus specimens included in the study

From: Recently discovered Aedes japonicus japonicus (Diptera: Culicidae) populations in The Netherlands and northern Germany resulted from a new introduction event and from a split from an existing population

Country Federal state/province/region Location No. of mosquitoes analysed I
Microsatellites nad 4
Germany Baden-Wurttemberg (SG) Korntal (1) 39 22 1.26
Waldshut-Tiengen (2) 41 26 1.21
Lower Saxony (NG) Bad Eilsen (3) 20 20 1.1
Sarstedt (4) 12 10 1.15
The Netherlands Flevoland Lelystad (5) 43 37 1.06
Slovenia Pomurska(6) Ljutomer 5 2 0.67
Podravska (7) Selnica ob Dravi 5 4 1.16
Pesnica pri Mariboru 2 0
Sentilj 5 2
Lovrenc na Dravskem Polju 2 1
Ptuj 3 2
Makole 5 5
Ormoz 2 2
Koroska (8) Lovrenc na Pohorju 5 4 1.12
Ribnica na Pohorju 2 2
Muta 3 3
Slovenj Gradec 5 4
Savinjska (9) Rogatec 2 1 1.23
Smarje pri Jelsah 2 0
Bistrica ob Sotli 5 4
Osrednjeslovenska (10) Ig 3 1 0.74
Grosuplje 2 2
Ivancna Gorica 1 0
Croatia Krapina-Zagorje (11) Djurmanec 1 0 n. a.
Macelj 0 0
  1. Out of a total of 215 individuals subjected to microsatellite analysis, 154 produced analysable nad4 sequence data. Numbers in parentheses refer to the geographic location of the collection sites as shown in Figure 1. NG = North Germany, SG = South Germany, I = Shannon’s information index, n. a. = not applicable.