Iowa Mosquito Surveillance

species [Aedes japonicus]

Where?

Aedes japonicus was generally sampled in the following locations:
|DM-Beaverdale | ST-Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) | SY-State Forest Nursery | LN-Bever Park | LN-Feather Ridge | LN-Morgan Creek | DM-Ewing | DM-Grandview | DM-Greenwood | DM-Union | BK-Cedar Falls (Hartman Reserve) | ST-Gildea | ST-Palmer Hills | ST-West Lake Park (WLP) | PE-#1 (River Park 1978-2010) | PE-#2 (Indian Creek 2005-203) 2017-Present | PE-#3 (Mosquito Creek 2005-2008 and 2010-Present) | DE-Catfish Creek | BK-Evansdale | BK-Waterloo | DE-Shiras Ave. | WY-Green Valley | WY-Snyder Bend | SY-Horticulture Research Station (buildingside 200 | SY-North River Valley Park | PE-DOT (2009) | PE-#3 (Mosquito Creek 2009) | DE-W. 32nd St. (2009, 2011) | DE-32nd St | SY-Horticulture Research Station (2009 & 2011 onwa | SY-State Forest Nursery (shed 2009) | LN-Jones Park | WY-Riverside | SY-Horticulture Research Station (electrical post | SY-Waste Managment | DM-Welker | PE-#1 (Recycling Center 2011-2013) | WY-Animal Control | SY-Emma McCarthy Park | SY-Ada Hayden Park | SY-Reactor Woods | WY-Brown's Lake | SY-Country Gables Park | SY-Inis Grove | SY-SUV | DM-Marina | WY-Nature Center | PE-#1 (1976, 1977) | DM-Sheridan | PK-Yellow Banks | PK-Jester Park | PK-Norwood | PK-Saylor | ON - County Shed | SY-Moore Park | LN-Stillson Farm | MA-Riley | MA-Deen Whiting | Spirit Lake Cemetary | BK-Pinecrest | Bubke-Mapleton | Story-Ames-Daley Park |
and appears to be attracted to:
|SY-Reactor Woods [493] | DM-Ewing [369] | SY-North River Valley Park [290] | DM-Beaverdale [192] | DM-Grandview [185] |

When?

Total number of Aedes japonicus collected by New Jersey Light Traps per year in the state of Iowa (please click the tab for raw data or proportional data).


Aedes japonicus was sampled in the following years:
|2014 | 2001 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 |
And was particularly abundant during: |2015 [575] | 2011 [416] | 2016 [385] | 2014 [363] | 2009 [281] |

Seasonal abundance

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