Aedes albopictus

===Name and systematics=== In 1894, a British-Australian entomologist, Frederick A. Askew Skuse, was the first to describe scientifically the Asian tiger mosquito, which he named Culex albopictus (lat. Culex `gnat, midge” and albopictus `white painted”). Later, the species was assigned to the genus Aedes (gr. άηδής, `unpleasant`) an...
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Aedes albopictus

A species that is an important vector of dengue viruses widespread in the Pacific basin. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Aedes albopictus

Type: Term Definitions: 1. mosquito species widespread in Pacific basin; recently seen in the Americas; an important vector of dengue fever and likely also of West Nile virus.
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