11 projects have been added to PopBio

The projects added include the first biochemical insecticide resistance assay and the first "barcoded" samples data added to PopBio. The 11 new projects are:


  • Mosquito surveillance from 2018-10-10 to 2018-11-25 by BG-Counter smart traps owned by Collier Mosquito Control District. (VBP0000347: details, map, 507 collections, 507 samples, 0 phenotypes, 0 genotypes)
  • Mosquito surveillance from 2018-10-10 to 2018-11-25 by BG-Counter smart traps owned by Biogents AG (VBP0000348: details, map, 101 collections, 101 samples, 0 phenotypes, 0 genotypes)
  • DNA Barcodes Can Distinguish Species of Indian Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) (VBP0000349: details, map, 111 collections, 111 samples, 0 phenotypes, 111 genotypes)
  • First report of Anopheles stephensi from Djibouti, Horn of Africa (VBP0000350: details, map, 2 collections, 2 samples, 0 phenotypes, 2 genotypes)
  • Identification of Belgian mosquito species (Diptera: Culicidae) by DNA barcoding (VBP0000352: details, map, 260 collections, 260 samples, 0 phenotypes, 260 genotypes)
  • Molecular identification of mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) in southeastern Australia (VBP0000353: details, map, 113 collections, 113 samples, 0 phenotypes, 113 genotypes)
  • Distribution pattern and genetic structure of Aedes zammitii (Diptera: Culicidae) along the Mediterranean and Aegean coasts of Turkey (VBP0000354: details, map, 116 collections, 116 samples, 0 phenotypes, 116 genotypes)
  • DNA barcode sequences used to identify Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in La Tebaida (Quindío, Colombia) (VBP0000355: details, map, 18 collections, 18 samples, 0 phenotypes, 18 genotypes)
  • A Novel Sampling Method to Measure Socioeconomic Drivers of Aedes albopictus Distribution in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina (VBP0000356: details, map, 1079 collections, 1079 samples, 0 phenotypes, 0 genotypes)
  • Socioeconomic Determinants of Aedes Mosquito Distribution in the Urban Environment in Panama. (VBP0000357: details, map, 1908 collections, 1908 samples, 0 phenotypes, 0 genotypes)
  • Identification of Swedish mosquitoes based on molecular barcoding of the COI gene (VBP0000351: details, map, 14 collections, 14 samples, 0 phenotypes, 14 genotypes)