In July 2011, 7 late-stage larvae of Aedes japonicus japonicus were collected from a 5-gal bucket located behind a house in Fulton, MS. Three of the larvae were reared to the adult stage, with the remaining retained in 70% ethanol. Fifteen subsequent attempts over the next month to collect specimens by larval dipping in artificial containers at the property and surrounding towns in 3 adjacent counties all failed to produce any additional Ae. j. japonicus.
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