Aedes (Och.) atlanticus

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Distribution

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United States

Synonyms

  • None

Bionomics

The larvae are found in temporary pools in open fields and in woodlands. The females are persistent biters and are often associated with A. infirmatus and other woodland species following summer rains. (Carpenter and LaCasse 1955:153)

Medical Importance

Not yet available

Culicidae » Culicinae » Aedini » Aedes » Ochlerotatus
habitus image

Photo credit: J. Stoffer, WRBU.

Additional References

LARVA  PUPA

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