Después de un huracán, las inundaciones y los escombros dispersos retienen agua y se convierten en criaderos ideales para mosquitos.
"Lo más probable es que se observe un aumento en el número de mosquitos en las semanas posteriores a ... READ MORE
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After a hurricane, flooding and scattered debris that hold water are breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
“An increase in mosquito numbers can most likely ... READ MORE
As summer fades into fall, many areas of Florida experience high levels of rainfall. And as surely as lightning leads to thunder, soggy conditions are a breeding ground for mosquitoes. As UF/IFAS Entomologist Dr. Estelle Martin explains, it ... READ MORE
Established in 2016, the Southeast Regional Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Disease: The Gateway Program (SECVBD) will continue its work for another five years, thanks to renewed funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ... READ MORE
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Mosquitoes and Their Control
In Florida, mosquitoes are more than a nuisance—they can also transmit diseases that make them a public health hazard. This brief and colorful booklet gives you the buzz on mosquitoes—their ... READ MORE
VERO BEACH, Fla. – For decades, females have been at the forefront of careers in science, technology and mathematics (STEM). They generate scientific breakthroughs and inspire innovation in a variety of careers across the globe.
For UF/IFAS, ... READ MORE
It’s the rainy season here in Central Florida and heavy rainfall can cause puddles and standing water around the yard. Unfortunately, this standing water can provide a breeding ground for mosquitoes. Not only are mosquitoes pesky pests, but ... READ MORE
The neotropical mosquito, Aedes scapularis, has a notable distribution range, spanning from Texas to areas of South America and across much of the Caribbean. The larva of this species was actually first discovered in Monroe County Florida, in ... READ MORE
What can you do to prevent mosquitoes from inhabiting your bromeliad plants? The information below is courtesy of Dr. Roxanne Connelly formerly with the UF/IFAS Florida Medical Entomology Lab and currently with CDC.
There are several options:
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The arrival of summer temperatures and summer rainfall bring to mind another of our summer arrivals: mosquitoes. These pesky insects are a reality to residents of Florida, and questions associated with disease spread and the best repellents ... READ MORE