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  • vector
  • Vector control efforts targeting ZIKV should remain focused on reducing urban Aedes populations. (eurekalert.org)
  • Aedes koreicus adults feed on humans, domestic animals, and farm animals during day and night hours and have been demonstrated to be competent vectors of Japanese encephalitis virus and dog heartworm, and a potential vector of other arboviruses, and Brugia malayi, which causes lymphatic filariasis. (wikipedia.org)
  • eggs
  • The female Aedes sollicitans lays her eggs on the dried out substrate of salt pannes, depressions within salt marshes which dry out between periods of very high tide (spring tide). (wikipedia.org)
  • invasive
  • The first documentation of Aedes koreicus becoming established outside its native range was in Belgium in 2008, marking it as an invasive species capable of being globally transported. (wikipedia.org)
  • describes
  • Aedes de Venustas' 'Œillet Bengale' parfum is inspired by a rose that wants to be a carnation, which perfectly describes the shifting spicy yet slightly floral fragrance. (shopstyle.com)
  • yellow
  • Aedes sollicitans has a conspicuous band of white scales around the central area of the proboscis and the anterior portion of the hind tarsomeres upon which there is also band a band of yellow scales in the middle. (wikipedia.org)
  • known
  • Aedes sollicitans, the eastern saltmarsh mosquito (also known as Ochlerotatus sollicitans), is a species of mosquito native to the eastern seaboard of the United States and Canada as well as the entire Gulf coast and is also present in the Bahamas and Greater Antilles. (wikipedia.org)
  • white
  • Adult Aedes koreicus are relatively large, with areas of white scales on black background, strongly resembling Aedes japonicus, which has also become established outside its native range. (wikipedia.org)
  • temple
  • Possibly the Aedes Herculi Olivarii (Temple of Hercules Olivarius), this circular temple stands in the Forum Boarium . (novaroma.org)
  • 12.48306 Aedes Tensarum (also referred to as Aedes Thensarum, Thensarium or Tensarium Vetus) was a small temple located in area Capitolina on the Capitoline Hill of ancient Rome that is only attested in a military diploma. (wikipedia.org)