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Growing mosquito populations linked to urbanization and DDT's slow decay

Culex pipiens, the northern house mosquito (adult shown above, larva below), is the most common mosquito in urban and suburban areas in North America. Mosquito populations have increased as much as te... read more

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Growing mosquito populations linked to urbanization and DDT's slow decay

Culex pipiens, the northern house mosquito, is the most common mosquito in urban and suburban areas in North America. Mosquito populations have increased as much as ten-fold over the past five decades ... read more
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