By Robert Herriman @bactiman63

Researchers from the University of Florida in a new study report the mosquito, Aedes scapularis is now established in mainland Florida in Broward and Miami-Dade counties.

How did it arrive in the US? And What is the public health significance of this finding?

Joining me today to answer these questions and more is Lawrence Reeves, Ph.D.  Dr Reeves is an entomologist and Research Assistant Scientist at the Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory.

Show notes: Establishment of Aedes (Ochlerotatus) scapularis (Diptera: Culicidae) in Mainland Florida, With Notes on the Ochlerotatus Group in the United States 



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