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Information regarding Zika virus. Zika is a virus transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito.
Quick guide to recognize and remove mosquito habitats in back yards.
This fact sheet provides answers to frequently asked questions about scabies.
An overview of some of the current and potential mosquito-borne arboviruses in Louisiana.
The Asian tiger mosquito is an aggressive biting mosquito, which first appeared in the United States in 1985. Since then it has been expanding its range and increasing in numbers throughout the country.
Links to Facebook and YouTube sites for the LSU Department of Entomology, East Baton Rouge Mosquito Abatement and Rodent Control, West Baton Rouge Mosquito District, and the Entomological Society of America.
Links to the Louisiana Mosquito Control Association, the American Mosquito Control Association, and the Louisiana State Arthropod Museum.
Information on upcoming training opportunities and other mosquito-related events.
Our goal is to provide updates on some mosquito surveillance and research projects throughout Louisiana. Information from the Louisiana Arboviral Surveillance Sampling Standards, Centers for Disease Control Surveillance Guidelines, and the Louisiana Mosquito Control Districts.
Find all of the most current mosquito-related news, reports and information from around the globe.
Information on mosquitoes, West Nile virus, insect repellents and other biting insects.
Here are some frequently asked questions about mosquitoes.
Professionals can find educational materials they can print and use for educational purposes. This includes information for both child and adult audiences.
The LSU AgCenter’s Mosquito Information Website is a resource for the public and professionals looking for information on mosquitoes and other pests affecting public health.
Learn how you can Fight the Bite and be a Skeeter Buster
Lesson activity for 4th-12th graders on fighting off mosquitoes.
As a part of a state-supported aerial mosquito spraying program coordinated by the Louisiana Department of Heath and Hospitals, mosquito landing rate counts are required before and after aerial spraying is conducted.
A poster containing information on how to protect yourself from mosquitoes.
A document containing the Louisiana Pesticide Rules and Regulations.
Document containing the Louisiana Pesticide Law.
Links to additional Web sites that provide information on mosquitoes and West Nile Virus.
Poster for the Fight the Bite campaign.
Dr. Maxwell Lea of the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry provides information on the diagnosis and treatment of 3 mosquito-borne diseases afflicting animals in Louisiana: Canine Heartworm Disease, Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (Sleeping Sickness) and West Nile Virus.
Standard Conditions, Scientific Collecting (wild birds): 50 CFR 21.23 Conditions.
(Distributed 09/05/08) Most of the mosquitoes being bred in the standing water left in Louisiana from Hurricane Gustav are not the kind that carry West Nile virus, according to LSU AgCenter entomologist and mosquito expert Wayne Kramer.