The species composition and inversion structure of Anopheles micropopulations have been studied in the environs of Teletskoye Lake, the Altai Republic. Two Anopheles species, A. messeae and A. beklemishevi, have been identified cytogenetically: Their zonal distribution has been determined, reflecting specific climatic features in the southern and northern parts of the lake. Intraspecific chromosomal polymorphism has been revealed in both mosquito species, with the inversion and karyotypic diversity being higher in the southern larval populations of A. messeae.
Russian Journal of Ecology – Springer Journals
Published: May 15, 2012
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