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Hitchhiking bot fly babies

You may have heard of the cute and fuzzy botfly, whose larvae take up temporary residence inside mammals while they develop and eat living tissue (called myiasis). In humans, these larvae typically develop underneath the skin, forming a lump that … Continue reading

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Malaria mosquito behavior talk

Next week, CIDD post doc Lauren Cator will give a talk, “The effect of malaria on mosquito behavior,” as part of the Ecology Seminar Series. Details: Monday, Nov. 4 4-5pm 105 Forest Resources Building

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