Male Aedes aegypti bugs were delivered in cardboard tubes to the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District for an April trial. The bugs were infected with natural bacteria Wolbachia and used to drive down the population of disease-carrying bugs in the Lower Keys.
Male Aedes aegypti bugs were delivered in cardboard tubes to the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District for an April trial. The bugs were infected with natural bacteria Wolbachia and used to drive down the population of disease-carrying bugs in the Lower Keys. Beth Ranson Mosquito Control District
Male Aedes aegypti bugs were delivered in cardboard tubes to the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District for an April trial. The bugs were infected with natural bacteria Wolbachia and used to drive down the population of disease-carrying bugs in the Lower Keys. Beth Ranson Mosquito Control District

A year of new developments for Mosquito Control

December 23, 2017 09:25 AM