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AIMSurv Aedes Invasive Mosquito species harmonized surveillance in Europe. AIM-COST Action

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To increase harmonization among European entomologists, the Aedes Invasive Mosquito species (AIM) COST Action (https://www.aedescost.eu) was initiated in 2018 including three major objectives: i) developing Pan-European networking and collaboration in monitoring and surveillance of AIM species; ii) increasing preparedness and capacity to fight against AIMs by triggering optimisation and innovation in AIM control strategies; iii) dissemination, customising and communicating the AIM-COST Action outcomes. AIM-COST Action aims to promote data sharing and harmonization. A particularly important objective is to ensure that vector sampling is consistent and compatible throughout Europe so an accurate continental picture of vector distributions can be obtained. For this, AIM‐COST organised a training course in Cyprus in January 2020 on harmonising AIM surveillance across Europe. As a result of the course, trainers and trainees developed a protocol for surveillance of AIM species that can be applied across Europe. Forty-six teams from 24 countries (23 from Europe and one from North Africa) agreed on participating in the first-ever Pan-European surveillance of AIMs using a harmonized protocol (AIMSurv protocol; https://www.aedescost.eu/aimsurv). The AIMSurv protocol harmonized the sampling methods, frequency, minimum length of the sampling period and reporting. There were minimum requirements about the type of samples (i.e., eggs in oviposition traps) and recommended requirements for those teams having more resources (i.e., sampling of adults). Results from AIMSurv2020 are reported herein.

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Miranda Chueca M Á, Barceló Seguí C (2022): AIMSurv Aedes Invasive Mosquito species harmonized surveillance in Europe. AIM-COST Action. v2.3. Universitat de les Illes Balears. Dataset/Samplingevent. https://doi.org/10.15470/vs3677

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Palavras-chave

Samplingevent; Aedes; Mosquito; Invasive; Surveillance; Europe; sampling

Contatos

Carlos Barceló Seguí
  • Provedor Dos Metadados
  • Originador
  • Ponto De Contato
Assistant professor
Universitat de les Illes Balears
Cra. Valldemossa Km 7,5
07122 Palma
Illes Baleas
ES
+34 971 17 31 56
Miguel Ángel Miranda Chueca
  • Provedor Dos Metadados
  • Autor
  • Originador
  • Ponto De Contato
Senior Lecturer
Universitat de les Illes Balears
Cra. Valldemossa Km 7,5
07122 Palma
Illes Baleas
ES
971173351

Cobertura Geográfica

The AIMSurv harmonized surveillance of Aedes Invasive Mosquito species has been conducted in 23 European countries and one North African country: Albania, Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Luxembourg, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, North Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, The Netherlands and Turkey.

Coordenadas delimitadoras Sul Oeste [20,961, -17,227], Norte Leste [54,47, 47,637]

Cobertura Taxonômica

Aedes Invasive Mosquito species are included, namely: Aedes albopictus, Aedes japonicus and Aedes koreicus. Native species of mosquitos are also included: Aedes caspius, Aedes detritus, Aedes geniculatus, Anopheles maculipennis, Anopheles plumbeus, Culex hortensis, Culex pipiens, Culex tritaeniorhynchus, Culiseta annulata and Culiseta longiareolata. Unidentified species of the genera Aedes and Culex are also included.

Espécie Aedes albopictus (Asian tiger mosquito), Aedes koreicus (Korean bush mosquito), Aedes japonicus (Rock pool mosquito), Aedes caspius (Salt marsh mosquito), Aedes detritus (Salt marsh mosquito), Aedes geniculatus (Tree hole mosquito), Anopheles maculipennis, Anopheles plumbeus, Culex hortensis, Culex pipiens (Northern house mosquito), Culex tritaeniorhynchus, Culiseta annulata (Banded house mosquito), Culiseta longiareolata

Dados Sobre o Projeto

The surveillance and control of Aedes albopictus and other Aedes Invasive Mosquito (AIM) species and the management of the risk of introduction and spread of Exotic Invasive Aedes Mosquito Borne Viruses (EAIMBV; e.g. dengue, DENV; yellow fever, YFV; chikungunya, CHIKV; Japanese encephalitis, JEV, and ZIKAV) in Europe require multidisciplinary research (e.g. entomological, epidemiological, environmental, climatic, demographic, mathematical, statistical, computational), cost-effective conventional/innovative methods, strong linkage between academics, public health (PH) professionals and policy-makers at the national and international level, as well as more a integrated private sector and a better informed and engaged society. These activities require an effective transboundary network of partners integrating all these stakeholder groups in Europe and beyond to identify and fill knowledge gaps, enhance research effectiveness, standardise, optimise and promote new country-tailored surveillance and control procedures, and improve dissemination.

Título Aedes Invasive Moquitoes
Identificador CA17108
Financiamento COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology)
Descrição da Área de Estudo Harmonized surveillance of Aedes Invasive Mosquito species in Europe
Descrição do Design To increase harmonization among European entomologists, the Aedes Invasive Mosquito species (AIM) COST Action (https://www.aedescost.eu) was initiated in 2018 including three major objectives: i) developing Pan-European networking and collaboration in monitoring and surveillance of AIM species; ii) increasing preparedness and capacity to fight against AIMs by triggering optimisation and innovation in AIM control strategies; iii) dissemination, customising and communicating the AIM-COST Action outcomes. AIM-COST Action aims to promote data sharing and harmonization. A particularly important objective is to ensure that vector sampling is consistent and compatible throughout Europe so an accurate continental picture of vector distributions can be obtained. For this, AIM‐COST organised a training course in Cyprus in January 2020 on harmonising AIM surveillance across Europe. As a result of the course, trainers and trainees developed a protocol for surveillance of AIM species that can be applied across Europe. Forty-six teams from 24 countries (23 from Europe and one from North Africa) agreed on participating in the first-ever Pan-European surveillance of AIMs using a harmonized protocol (AIMSurv protocol; https://www.aedescost.eu/aimsurv). The AIMSurv protocol harmonized the sampling methods, frequency, minimum length of the sampling period and reporting. There were minimum requirements about the type of samples (i.e., eggs in oviposition traps) and recommended requirements for those teams having more resources (i.e., sampling of adults). Results from AIMSurv2020 are reported herein.

O pessoal envolvido no projeto:

Hugo Costa Osório
Katja Kalan
Cintia Horváth
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Fabrizio Montarsi
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Sergio Magallanes
Rafael Gutiérrez-López
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Angeliki F. Martinou
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
William Wint
Mihaela Kavran
Tatiana Sulesco
Viktória Čabanová
Pie Müller
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Alice Michelutti
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Daniele Arnoldi
Martina Ferraguti
Eva Frontera
George Balatsos
Beniamino Caputo
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Hans Peter Fuehrer
Fátima Goiri
Përparim Kadriaj
Daniel Bravo-Barriga
Sarah Delacour
Kristina Boršová
Carlos Barceló
Kivanc Sevim
Zoltán Soltész
Spiros Mourelatos
José A. Oteo
Kerem Oter
Philippe Bindler
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Steffanie Teekema
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Nesade Muja-Bajraktari
Elton Rogozi
Francis Schaffner
Tomás Montalvo
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Manuel Silva
Enkelejda Velo
Ana L. García-Pérez
John R.B. Palmer
Andrea Valsecchi
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Ouafaa Fassi-Fihri
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Gregoris Notarides
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Javier Lucientes
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Igor Pajović
Miguel Ángel Miranda Chueca
Cornelia Silaghi
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Giovanni Marini
Karin Bakran-Lebl
Eleonora Flacio
Jana Šušnjar
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Isis Sanpera-Calbet
Ignacio Ruiz-Arrondo
Alessandra della Torre
  • Pesquisador Principal
Sandra Gewehr
Nebojša Sekulić
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Nikolina Sokolovska
Antonios Michaelakis
Maria Christou
Viola Jani
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Dušan Petrić
Martin Gschwind
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Ana Klobucar
Andrei Daniel Mihalca
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Christian Ries
Xenia Augsten
Pantelis Georgiades
Mikel Alexander González
Roger Eritja
Renke Lühken
Kornélia Kurucz
Suncica Petrinic
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Marlen Ines Vasquez
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Mikel Bengoa
  • Provedor De Conteúdo
Kurtesh Sherifi
Adolfo Ibáñez-Justicia
Cristian Răileanu
  • Provedor De Conteúdo

Métodos de Amostragem

The sampling protocol for Pan-European surveillance of AIM species (AIMSurv harmonized the sampling methods, frequency, minimum length of the sampling period and the form of reporting. There were minimum requirements (Minimum Requirements Protocol; MRP) about the type of samples (i.e., eggs in ovitraps), number of sampled sites, number of traps and frequency of collecting samples. Teams with more resources were suggested to follow a Recommended protocol (RP) to either increase number of samplings and/ or, additionally to eggs, sample other life stages such as adults. The use of a common platform for data collection was also suggested, the VECMAP® App system was made freely available by Avia-GIS to all participants during AIMSurv activities. For the MRP, all teams performed the survey in three sampling sites separated by 10 Km or more. Five oviposition traps (ovitraps) per site were placed and separated by 15 to 100 m. The type of ovitrap was selected by each team according to their availability in the region but usually consisted of 250 to 1000 ml capacity black containers filled with tap water. One scratched wooden tongue depressor (1.7x15 cm) per ovitrap, was used as a substrate for oviposition. Some teams used similar size pieces of Masonite board (when part of a pre-existing surveillance network). The selected sampling sites shared a similar environment, when possible, in urban and/or peri-urban areas (e.g., a garden of single-family houses in residential urban/peri-urban areas, public parks near residential areas, recreational areas). The frequency of sample collection was biweekly over a minimum of three months that must include the population peak of the targeted AIM species (e.g., in Spain: from September to November). The following parameters were recorded: latitude and longitude of the position of each trap; the name of municipality/county/district (according to the country) and locality; start and end date of each trapping event (e.g., a period of 14 days / 2 weeks for ovitraps); land use according to VECMAP® categories (urban, peri-urban and others); count of each life stage collected, including absences (0 values); finally, trap status (e.g., missing, broken, empty, etc.) per trapping event was also recorded. The more ambitious RP sampling included additional sampling sites sharing similar or different environments (e.g., urban areas, rural areas, high altitude areas, etc), again with five ovitraps per site, weekly sampling frequency and sampling length during the whole seasonality of the AIM species including start, peak and end of the mosquito season (e.g., May to November in Central Europe). In addition, sampling adults using one BG-Sentinel™ (Biogents, Germany) trap baited with BG-Lure™ (Biogents, Germany) and/or CO2 per site under a sampling frequency of one trap/night per week was also included. The use of VECMAP® to report the data was also suggested in the RP. Parameters to record were the same as for the MRP plus the daily or weekly record of meteorological parameters (maximum, minimum, average temperature) per site, collected using data loggers or local weather stations. For the processing of samples, collected eggs of AIM species were counted. For every location, a sub-sample (2 out of 5 ovitrap substrates per locality) of eggs was reared to confirm the species by larva/adult morphology, particularly in those areas where several AIM species are present (i.e., Ae. albopictus and Ae. japonicus). Alternatively, species were identified using MALDI-TOF MS or other molecular methods (e.g., DNA sequencing). Adult of AIM species collected in BG-Sentinel™ were identified by morphology, sexed and counted. Suggested identification keys were ECDC (2012) and MosKeyTool V2.1 (Gunay et al. 2018). Samples of adults were preserved in 96% ethanol and/or cold preserved at -20/-80 °C to confirm identification if needed (e.g., via molecular tools).

Área de Estudo Temporal coverage: Sampling period was different for each team but covering the seasonal peak of the targeted AIM species was mandatory. Considering all participating teams, the first team started at 15/01/2020 and the last team ended sampling at 31/12/20. In general, sampling was conducted between May-June and October-November for most of the teams. Geographic coverage: 23 European countries and one African country: Albania, Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Luxembourg, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, North Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, The Netherlands and Turkey.
Controle de Qualidade All participants in AIMSurv reported data using a harmonized template. All data reported has been curated and the terminology has been homogenized. Data has been validated using the validator available in GBIF.

Descrição dos passos do método:

  1. The sampling protocol for Pan-European surveillance of AIM species (AIMSurv harmonized the sampling methods, frequency, minimum length of the sampling period and the form of reporting. There were minimum requirements (Minimum Requirements Protocol; MRP) about the type of samples (i.e., eggs in ovitraps), number of sampled sites, number of traps and frequency of collecting samples. Teams with more resources were suggested to follow a Recommended protocol (RP) to either increase number of samplings and/ or, additionally to eggs, sample other life stages such as adults. The use of a common platform for data collection was also suggested, the VECMAP® App system was made freely available by Avia-GIS to all participants during AIMSurv activities. For the MRP, all teams performed the survey in three sampling sites separated by 10 Km or more. Five oviposition traps (ovitraps) per site were placed and separated by 15 to 100 m. The type of ovitrap was selected by each team according to their availability in the region but usually consisted of 250 to 1000 ml capacity black containers filled with tap water. One scratched wooden tongue depressor (1.7x15 cm) per ovitrap, was used as a substrate for oviposition. Some teams used similar size pieces of Masonite board (when part of a pre-existing surveillance network). The selected sampling sites shared a similar environment, when possible, in urban and/or peri-urban areas (e.g., a garden of single-family houses in residential urban/peri-urban areas, public parks near residential areas, recreational areas). The frequency of sample collection was biweekly over a minimum of three months that must include the population peak of the targeted AIM species (e.g., in Spain: from September to November). The following parameters were recorded: latitude and longitude of the position of each trap; the name of municipality/county/district (according to the country) and locality; start and end date of each trapping event (e.g., a period of 14 days / 2 weeks for ovitraps); land use according to VECMAP® categories (urban, peri-urban and others); count of each life stage collected, including absences (0 values); finally, trap status (e.g., missing, broken, empty, etc.) per trapping event was also recorded. The more ambitious RP sampling included additional sampling sites sharing similar or different environments (e.g., urban areas, rural areas, high altitude areas, etc), again with five ovitraps per site, weekly sampling frequency and sampling length during the whole seasonality of the AIM species including start, peak and end of the mosquito season (e.g., May to November in Central Europe). In addition, sampling adults using one BG-Sentinel™ (Biogents, Germany) trap baited with BG-Lure™ (Biogents, Germany) and/or CO2 per site under a sampling frequency of one trap/night per week was also included. The use of VECMAP® to report the data was also suggested in the RP. Parameters to record were the same as for the MRP plus the daily or weekly record of meteorological parameters (maximum, minimum, average temperature) per site, collected using data loggers or local weather stations. For the processing of samples, collected eggs of AIM species were counted. For every location, a sub-sample (2 out of 5 ovitrap substrates per locality) of eggs was reared to confirm the species by larva/adult morphology, particularly in those areas where several AIM species are present (i.e., Ae. albopictus and Ae. japonicus). Alternatively, species were identified using MALDI-TOF MS or other molecular methods (e.g., DNA sequencing). Adult of AIM species collected in BG-Sentinel™ were identified by morphology, sexed and counted. Suggested identification keys were ECDC (2012) and MosKeyTool V2.1 (Gunay et al. 2018). Samples of adults were preserved in 96% ethanol and/or cold preserved at -20/-80 °C to confirm identification if needed (e.g., via molecular tools).

Dados de Coleção

Nome da Coleção AIMSurv
Métodos de preservação do espécime Álcool,  Congelado

Metadados Adicionais

Identificadores alternativos 10.15470/vs3677
03269e13-84ae-430f-990e-f11069413e36
https://ipt.gbif.es/resource?r=aimsurv