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Aedes aegypti mosquito

BLOOD SUCKER An Aedes aegypti mosquito feeds on arbovirologist Claudia Rückert of Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Members of this species may be able to transmit Zika and chikungunya in one bite.

JOHN EISELE/COLORADO STATE UNIV.

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