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NEWS: Around the Arctic July 25, 2012 - 4:51 am

Photo: The Arctic’s thriving mosquitoes

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Here are some examples of Aedes nigripes, one of the common species of Arctic mosquito, found all over Greenland and northern Canada, showing the range in size of females. If the Arctic gets warmer and wetter, mosquito populations are likely to thrive. (PHOTO BY LAUREN CULLER)
Here are some examples of Aedes nigripes, one of the common species of Arctic mosquito, found all over Greenland and northern Canada, showing the range in size of females. If the Arctic gets warmer and wetter, mosquito populations are likely to thrive. (PHOTO BY LAUREN CULLER)

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