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The Behavioural Ecology of Mosquitoes

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Mosquitoes are important vectors of many human pathogens. While these are some of the most well studied insects on the planet, we still know surprisingly little about certain faucets of their biology. The behaviour of mosquitoes is particularly understudied. We are interested in the behaviour of mosquitoes and its consequences for disease control and transmission. I will discuss work we have been doing to learn more about behavioural interactions in mating swarms and how infection may alter the behaviour of mosquitoes.

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If you want to meet with Lauren Cator during her visit, please contact Sinead English.

This talk is part of the Behaviour, Ecology & Evolution Seminar Series series.

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