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Volume 4, Number 4—December 1998

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Introduction of Aedes albopictus into a La Crosse Virus—Enzootic Site in Illinois

Uriel Kitron*, Jack Swanson†, Michael Crandell‡, Patrick J. Sullivan*, Justin Anderson§, Robert Garro*, Linn D. Haramis¶, and Paul R. Grimstad§
Author affiliations: *University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, USA; †Illinois Department of Public Health, Peoria, Illinois, USA; ‡Peoria City/County Health Department, Peoria, Illinois, USA; and §University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA; ¶Illinois Department of Public Health, Springfield, Illinois, USA

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Locations in Peoria, Illinois, where Aedes albopictus larvae and adults were found and where a La Crosse–positive chipmunk was trapped. Location of oviposition traps are shown, including traps where no Ae. albopictus eggs were deposited. Insets show location of Peoria and of the study sites.

Figure. Locations in Peoria, Illinois, where Aedes albopictus larvae and adults were found and where a La Crosse–positive chipmunk was trapped. Location of oviposition traps are shown, including traps where no Ae. albopictus eggs were deposited. Insets show location of Peoria and of the study sites.

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