New species of tropical mosquito discovered in Florida is ‘concerning,’ – IOTW Report

New species of tropical mosquito discovered in Florida is ‘concerning,’

WPTV: WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Florida has plenty of invasive species, and scientists are keeping their eye on a new one that has made its way to the Sunshine State.

A report released Wednesday by the University of Florida said the Culex lactator mosquito has made a permanent home in at least three counties.

The study, published in the Journal of Medical Entomology by faculty at the UF/IFAS Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory, said the species was first discovered in Miami-Dade County in 2018.

In the last five years, “thriving populations” have been recorded in Miami-Dade, Collier and Lee counties. However, researchers said that the Culex lactator may have also spread elsewhere in Florida. more

24 Comments on New species of tropical mosquito discovered in Florida is ‘concerning,’

  1. The first thing I thought about was all the un-vaccinated (NOT cv19, but the diseases we eradicated in the civilized world) aliens coming here, can these mosquitoes be the vector to infect the rest of us?

  2. Millions of illegal-alien invading rat-people spread throughout America, demonic perverts grooming our children, treasonous rats in every department of the FedGov, elections stolen across the land and not a peep but a couple of mosquitoes in three counties in Florida and they break out in the vapors?

    Yeah, let’s not look at the real problems … let’s focus like a laser on trivialities.

    mortem tyrannis
    izlamo delenda est …

  3. Sir, we have your delivery of Culex lactator mosquito.

    Florida resident: Thanks. Just put it over there with the gators, pythons, red ants, and those nifty little spiders that carry all their babies on their back.


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