MosquitoMap is a product of the Walter Reed Biosystematics Unit based in the Smithsonian Institution (see link for WRBU above). MosquitoMap (see graphic to the left) is a geospatially referenced clearinghouse for mosquito disease vector species collection records and distribution models within VectorMap (see link for VectorMap above). Users can pan and zoom to anywhere in the world to view the locations of past mosquito collections and the results of modeling that predicts the geographic extent of individual species. Collection records are searchable and downloadable, users can map and contribute their own georeferenced collection data or distribution models, and all contributions have full attribution.
Currently, MosquitoMap has 346,258 collection records, for over 140 countries. MosquitoMap is designed to preserve and make available the results of past collecting and distribution modeling activity. The utility of MosquitoMap will increase as more records and models are added. Contributions are encouraged, especially from individuals and organizations with digitized, georeferenced records and those involved in ongoing mosquito surveillance. See a published description of MosquitoMap in the International Journal of Health Geographics.