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Webinar Recording: Navigating Species Diversity & What Makes a Vector

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Last week, Clarke rounded out National Mosquito Control Awareness Week with an all-things-mosquito webinar featuring Dr. Day, Professor Emeritus at the University of Florida’s Entomology Laboratory and author of the Newsletter, Kattie Morris, and Andrew Rivera, leading members of Clarke’s Product Innovation and Field Sciences team.

Topics covered included:

  • The spread of mosquito species within the U.S. with a focus on potential WNV hot spots
  • What makes a mosquito species a good candidate for vectoring disease, in particular the Culex species set
  • The ins and outs of identifying common and regional species in the field
  • A quick review of some newly-emerging species within the U.S.

Learn more about Clarke’s Product Innovation and Field Sciences team, including their research and publications, here.

Access the Recording on the Clarke Learning Center!

To catch up on the mosquito buzz, register for a free account on the Clarke Learning Center. You will then find the webinar recording under Clarke Workshops

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