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Table 1 Overview of mosquito origins and subgroup identification by cox1 molecular typing

From: Improvement of mosquito identification by MALDI-TOF MS biotyping using protein signatures from two body parts

Morphological identification Locality No. of specimens included (sequenced) Species identified via GenBank (accession number) cox1 sequence coverage (%)/similarity (%) Species identified via BOLD cox1 sequence similarity (%)
Ae. aegypti Deshaies, Lauricisque 16 (4) Ae. aegypti (AY432106.1) 92/100 Ae. aegypti 100
Cx. quinquefasciatus Gourbeyre, Lauricisque 15b (4) No reliable ID Cx. quinquefasciatus 98.9
Cx. nigripalpus Baie Mahault 8 (2) Cx. nigripalpus (KM592992.1) 87/99 Cx. nigripalpus 99.7
Cx. atratus (s.l.) Vido 8 (2) No reliable IDa No reliable ID
D. magnus Baie Mahault, Ilet à cochons 16 (4) No reliable IDa D. magnus 99.4
Ae. taeniorhynchus Ilet à cochons 8 (2) Ae. taeniorhynchus (JX259676.1) 88/99 Ae. taeniorhynchus 99.0
P. cingulata Vido 8 (2) P. cingulata (KM592989.1) 88/99 P. cingulata 99.1
Ae. aegypti (Bora) Laboratory reared 8 (–)  
Ae. albopictus (MRS) Laboratory reared 4 (–)  
  1. aMosquito species for which cox1 sequences were not available in the database (30th March 2018)
  2. bSpecimens identified morphologically as Cx. quinquefasciatus at Lauricisque (n = 7) and Gourbeyre (n = 8)
  3. Abbreviations: No reliable ID, similarity with top match < 97%; BOLD, Barcode of Life Data Systems; cox1, cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1; MRS, Marseille strain