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Culex mosquito

Culex quinquefasciatus, vecteur du virus du Nil occidental

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Title : Known as a vector for the West Nile virus, this Culex quinquefasciatus mosquito has landed on a human finger.

Content Provider(s) : CDC/Jim Gathany(2003)

Description : The main transmitter of the West Nile virus in the southeast is the species C. quinquefasciatus. Eliminating puddles and small containers of water can greatly reduce this mosquito's population.

Photo Credit : Jim Gathany

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date/time username edit summary
24 juin 2004 à 14:37 Tipiac (+{{}})
18 juin 2004 à 18:42 Cham (Public domain)
18 juin 2004 à 18:38 Cham (Culex quinquefasciatus)
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