- Autores: Athrey G, Caccone A, Costantini C, Deitz KC, Della Torre A, Jawara M, Kengne P, Kiszewski AE, Matias A, Overgaard HJ, Petrarca V, Pinto J, Reddy MR, Slotman MA
- Journal: Molecular Ecology
- Link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22882458
Anopheles melas is a brackish water-breeding member of the Anopheles gambiae complex that is distributed along the coast of West Africa and is a major malaria vector within its range. Because little is known about the population structure of this species, we analysed 15 microsatellite markers and 1161 bp of mtDNA in 11 A.