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
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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