Aedes aegypti - current known distribution: January 2018
The map shows the current known distribution of Aedes aegypti in Europe at ‘regional’ administrative level (NUTS3), as of January 2018.
The exotic mosquitoes distribution maps are based only on confirmed data (published and unpublished) provided by experts from the respective countries as part of the VectorNet project. Separate maps for the distribution of each of the following mosquito species are currently available: Aedes aegypti, Aedes albopictus, Aedes japonicus, Aedes atropalpus and Aedes koreicus.
ECDC and EFSA, through the VectorNet network, continues to improve the data collection for the maps. VectorNet is looking for vector-borne disease experts who are interested in sharing data on the distribution of mosquito, tick, sand fly and culicoides vectors. Experts can contact VectorNet at VectorNet@ecdc.europa.eu to join the network. They can also register and upload data to the common database through the VectorNet tool.
Suggested citation: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control and European Food Safety Authority. Mosquito maps [internet]. Stockholm: ECDC; 2018. Available from: https://ecdc.europa.eu/en/disease-vectors/surveillance-and-disease-data/mosquito-maps
Anopheles maculipennis s.l. complex - current known distribution: January 2019
No new reports were submitted since the previous update (July 2018).Read more
Aedes koreicus - current known distribution: January 2019
18 new reports were submitted since the previous update (June 2018).Read more
Invasive mosquito spp. - current known surveillance: January 2019
The map shows the current areas with active surveillance activities for exotic mosquitoes in Europe.Read more
Aedes aegypti - current known distribution: January 2019
Two new reports were submitted since the previous update (June 2018).Read more
European network for sharing data on the geographic distribution of arthropod vectors, transmitting human and animal disease agents (VectorNet)
VectorNet is a joint initiative of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).