Canadian entomologists have reported the first appearance of Aedes japonicus — an invasive, disease-carrying mosquito — in western Canada. Native to Asia, Ae. japonicus has been widely found in the eastern U.S. and eastern Canada since 1998, and in 2008 it was reported in southern Washington state and northern Oregon. It has also been found in several European countries and New Zealand.
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Aedes japonicus mosquitoes found in western Canada
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