Sexual conflict in mosquitoes may have worsened spread of malaria

Mating issues drove evolution of better disease carriers

AFTERMATH  Intimate mating concerns among Anopheles mosquitoes may have inadvertently pushed the evolution of greater ability to spread human malaria.

Sam Cotton

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