How an Invasive Species Spreads: The Case of Aedes notoscriptus in Southern California

First arriving in California in 2014, the mosquito species Aedes notoscriptus, native to Australia and the southwest Pacific, has since established and spread to 44 cities in three counties. A new study examines the public health implications of this species and documents its likely arrival and expansion routes. (Photo by Aaron Stevenson via iNaturalist, CC BY-NC 4.0)

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First arriving in California in 2014, the mosquito species Aedes notoscriptus, native to Australia and…

Source: Entomology Today

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