This 2006 photograph depicted a female Aedes aegypti mosquito while she was in the process of acquiring a blood meal from her human host. The mosquito is a primary transmitter of the Zika virus.
This 2006 photograph depicted a female Aedes aegypti mosquito while she was in the process of acquiring a blood meal from her human host. The mosquito is a primary transmitter of the Zika virus. Photographer: James Gathany Raleigh
This 2006 photograph depicted a female Aedes aegypti mosquito while she was in the process of acquiring a blood meal from her human host. The mosquito is a primary transmitter of the Zika virus. Photographer: James Gathany Raleigh

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