Asian Tiger Mosquito by Albert de Jesus, and Cesar Polanco
Adults of this mosquito have black bodies with conspicuous white stripes, body length is approximately 0.5 centimeter
The Asian Tiger Mosquito came from northern Asia.
Method of Transportation
Arrived in America from northern Asia via shipment of used truck tires containing eggs and or larva.
Albopictus was last seen in the U.S in 2010.
The Asian Tiger Mosquito spread deceases like dengue fever, West Nile fever, yellow fever, and encephalitis.
Spraying your backyard with an insecticidal fog or mist that's effective but only for a short time.