Flaviviruses are a diverse group of RNA viruses, which include the etiological agents of Zika, dengue and yellow fever that are transmitted by mosquitoes. Flaviviruses do not encode reverse transcriptase and cannot reverse transcribe into DNA, yet DNA sequences of flaviviruses are found both integrated in the chromosomes of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes and as extrachromosomal sequences. We have previously examined the Ae. aegypti reference genome to identify flavivirus integrations and analyzed conservation of these sequences among whole-genome data of 464 Ae. aegypti collected across 10 countries globally. Here, we extended this analysis by identifying flavivirus sequences in these samples independently of the Ae. aegypti reference assembly. Our aim was to identify the complete set of viral sequences, including those absent in the reference genome, and their geographical distribution. We compared the identified sequences using BLASTn and applied machine learning methods to identify clusters of similar sequences. Apart from clusters of sequences that correspond to the four viral integration events that we had previously described, we identified 19 smaller clusters. The only cluster with a strong geographic association consisted of Cell-fusing agent virus-like sequences specific to Thailand. The remaining clusters did not have a geographic association and mostly consisted of near identical short sequences without strong similarity to any known flaviviral genomes. The short read sequencing data did not permit us to determine whether identified sequences were extrachromosomal or integrated into Ae. aegypti chromosomes. Our results suggest that Liverpool strain and field Ae. aegypti mosquitoes have a similar variety of conserved flaviviral DNA, whose functional role should be investigated in follow-up studies.© 2023. BioMed Central Ltd., part of Springer Nature.