A tale of two skeetersóbiologists discover something positive about an invasive mosquito species

It's rare that scientists see the good in the presence of an invasive species. But Washington University in St. Louis researchers discovered that a native mosquito in Missouri has fewer parasites when it shares its waters with an interloper.Scratching your head? Yes, mosquitoes have parasites. And yes, being parasitized is costly for an organism, no matter how much humans love to hate that organism.

A tale of two skeetersóbiologists discover something positive about an invasive mosquito species

It's rare that scientists see the good in the presence of an invasive species. But Washington University in St. Louis researchers discovered that a native mosquito in Missouri has fewer parasites ...

Thu 16 May 19 from Phys.org

A tale of two skeeters

A native mosquito in Missouri has fewer parasites when it shares its waters with an interloper, according to new research.

Thu 16 May 19 from ScienceDaily

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