This project was developed to enhance surveillance for Aedes spp. mosquitoes in an Arizona border county. The county mantained 11 trapping sites and we enrolled community members to help as a citizen science effort, adding over 40 trapping sites to the project. We aim to determine presence, absence, distribution and seasonality of the vector by using ovitraps that are well-distributed in the community.
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