During the summers of 2010 and 2011, Aedes japonicus larvae were collected from 2 sites in northeastern Arkansas while collecting mosquito larvae for a study on the presence of gut-inhabiting fungal symbionts. This is the first report of Ae. japonicus in the state of Arkansas. No identifiable specimens of gut-inhabiting fungi were collected from dissected Ae. japonicus larvae.
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