A female Asian tiger mosquito, which is responsible for 90 percent to 95 percent of mosquito bites in Lexington, was shown to participants during a mosquito ID course for public health workers in June 2012 at the Agricultural Science Center South at the University of Kentucky.
A female Asian tiger mosquito, which is responsible for 90 percent to 95 percent of mosquito bites in Lexington, was shown to participants during a mosquito ID course for public health workers in June 2012 at the Agricultural Science Center South at the University of Kentucky. Herald-Leader
A female Asian tiger mosquito, which is responsible for 90 percent to 95 percent of mosquito bites in Lexington, was shown to participants during a mosquito ID course for public health workers in June 2012 at the Agricultural Science Center South at the University of Kentucky. Herald-Leader

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