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West Nile Virus Home > Ecology and Virology

Ecology and Virology

Ecology: Entomology

The nature and control of the blood-feeding arthropods vector hosts of arthropod-borne viruses such as West Nile virus (mosquitoes, sand flies, ceratopogonids "no-see-ums", and ticks). More >

Report Overview: Public Health Confronts the Mosquito:Sustainable State and Local Mosquito Control Programs, report by Association of State and Territorial Health Officials. More >

Ecology: Vertebrate Ecology

The transmission of West Nile virus through bird reservoir hosts and incidental hosts such as dogs and cats, horses, and other vertebrates. More >


West Nile virus characteristics and morphology. More >

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