Sandfly-borne diseases

Data

Phlebotomus alexandri - current known distribution in Europe, January 2018

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Phlebotomus tobbi - current known distribution: January 2018

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Phlebotomus neglectus - current known distribution: January 2018

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Phlebotomus mascitii - current known distribution: January 2018

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Peer-Reviewed Publication

Sampling strategies for phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in Europe

2015

Peer-Reviewed Publication

Integrated surveillance for prevention and control of emerging vector-borne diseases in Europe

2014

Peer-Reviewed Publication

A summary of the evidence for the change in European distribution of phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) of public health importance.

2014

News

Collecting data on infectious disease vectors in Europe: Enhanced version of the VectorNet tool released today

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​Latest ECDC vector maps show new information on the presence of Aedes mosquitoes and ticks in Europe

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​Vector maps: New information on ticks in Europe. Invasive mosquitoes in new areas in southern Europe

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Latest vector maps with new data about areas with mosquito presence in Europe

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Jan 2015

Event

First Annual General Meeting of VectorNet

27 Jan 2015 - 29 Jan 2015
Parma
Apr 2011

Event

International Symposium on Phlebotominae Sand Flies (ISOPS VII)

25 Apr 2011 - 30 Apr 2011
Pine Bay Hotel, Kuşadası, Turkey

Data

Phlebotomus alexandri - current known distribution in Europe, January 2018

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Phlebotomus tobbi - current known distribution: January 2018

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Phlebotomus neglectus - current known distribution: January 2018

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Phlebotomus mascitii - current known distribution: January 2018

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Sandfly-borne diseases

Disease / public health area

Leishmaniasis

Leishmaniasis is a tropical/sub-tropical disease, spread by the bite of infected sandflies. There are several different forms of leishmaniasis in people: cutaneous leishmaniasis causes skin sores, visceral leishmaniasis causes systemic disease. Without treatment, most patients with the visceral disease will die and those with diffuse cutaneous and mucocutaneous disease can suffer long infections associated with secondary life-threatening infections.

Related diseases

Disease / public health area

Mosquito-borne diseases

Disease / public health area

Tick-borne diseases

Disease / public health area

Louse-borne diseases

Disease / public health area

Disease vectors

Disease programmes and networks

European network for sharing data on the geographic distribution of arthropod vectors, transmitting human and animal disease agents (VectorNet)

Emerging and Vector-borne Diseases Programme

Eurosurveillance

05 July 2012 - First report of sandfly fever virus infection imported from Malta into Switzerland, October 2011