Kansas Biological Survey crustacean taxonomist and ecologist Christopher Rogers holds up the mosquito-containing portion of an aedes egypti and aedes albopictus trap. The two species have been known to carry the Zika virus, though there is no sign of Zika in the Kansas mosquito population.
Kansas Biological Survey crustacean taxonomist and ecologist Christopher Rogers holds up the mosquito-containing portion of an aedes egypti and aedes albopictus trap. The two species have been known to carry the Zika virus, though there is no sign of Zika in the Kansas mosquito population. Madeline Fox The Wichita Eagle
Kansas Biological Survey crustacean taxonomist and ecologist Christopher Rogers holds up the mosquito-containing portion of an aedes egypti and aedes albopictus trap. The two species have been known to carry the Zika virus, though there is no sign of Zika in the Kansas mosquito population. Madeline Fox The Wichita Eagle