Next Tuesday, the entire Reiskind lab will be presenting at the North Carolina Mosquito & Vector Control Association conference. We’ll be chatting about landscape ecology, population genetics, and dog heartworm disease.
While we’re gearing up for these presentations, I just wanted to pop in to say that we are officially on Instagram! You can find us @VectorEcology. Follow us for vector ecology updates, such as:
“These are yellow fever mosquito (Aedes aegypti) pupae–the stage between larvae and adults. You can tell the sexes apart by the characteristic hook-like structure on the male’s developing genitalia (bottom). The females also tend to be larger (top). #girlpower”
See you on the ‘gram!