Aedes dorsalis

A·e·des dorsalis

mosquito species that is a secondary or suspected vector of western equine encephalitis.
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Five species of mosquitoes have been identified in the area, but nearly all of them are Aedes dorsalis - the salt marsh mosquito, which breeds in the saline and hyper-saline habitat newly expanded by the Fish & Wildlife Service.
The presence of Aedes dorsalis in Montgomery County and Fort Campbell represents an extension of the expected geographic distribution (Darsie and Ward, 1981).