Volume 23, Number 8—August 2017
West Nile Virus Outbreak in Houston and Harris County, Texas, USA, 2014
|Trap type†||Species||No. traps||Total no. pools||Females pooled||WNV||SLE||WNV MIR|
|CDC Gravid Trap||Culex quinquefasciatus||3,971||5,025||192,441||716||0||3.72|
|CDC Miniature Light Trap||Cx. quinquefasciatus||3,748||4,617||154,124||566||1||3.67|
|Biogents Sentinel Trap||Cx. quinquefasciatus||926||54||680||3||0||4.41|
|CDC Gravid Trap||Aedes albopictus||1,315||359||952||1||0||1.05|
*WNV, West Nile virus; SLE, St. Louis encephalitis virus; MIR, minimum infection rate.
†CDC Gravid Trap and CDC Miniature Light Trap, John W. Hock Company, Gainesville, FL; Biogents Sentinel Trap, Biogents AG, Regensburg, Germany.
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