Cache Valley Virus in Aedes japonicus japonicus Mosquitoes, Appalachian Region, United States
, Kevin Chan, Paul E. Marek, Philip M. Armstrong, Pengcheng Liu, Jacob E. Bova, Joshua N. Bernick, Benjamin E. McMillan, Benjamin G. Weidlich, and Sally L. Paulson
Author affiliations: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA (F. Yang, K. Chan, P.E. Marek, P. Liu, J.E. Bova, J.N. Bernick, B.E. McMillan, B.G. Weidlich, S.L. Paulson); The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, Connecticut, USA (P.M. Armstrong)
Figure 1. Study site used for detection of Cache Valley virus in Aedes japonicus japonicus mosquitoes, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA, 2015. Insets show location of Blacksburg in Montgomery County (black box) and the county in Virginia (black shading).
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