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Happenings in the insect world
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by Prof. D.-P. Häder
on March 8, 2015 at 4:12 AM
Good morning.  
I would like to use the map of dengue distribution in a publication.  
Could you give me permission for the reproduction?  
 
With best regards, D. Häder
by Kathy Keatley Garvey
on March 11, 2015 at 10:05 AM
We sent your email over to Tom Scott, distinguished professor of entomology at UC Davis.
by Riyana Vatyani
on January 14, 2016 at 4:17 AM
Thank you for the info. Really an informative and helpful article. Will surely share this. Looking forward for more articles like this.
by Toni Gavello
on January 16, 2016 at 7:39 PM
Hello. I read your article about the no-seeums. While in Sanibel, Florida last September 2015, I was devoured by no-see-ums. About 10-15 days later, I developed a severe reaction to the bites. I forget what my doctor officially diagnosed me with, but basically, my body just went into overdrive to try and fend off the attack. I was quite sick and developed a large blistery rash that covered almost my entire back. It resembled shingles (which I was originally diagnosed with). Anyway,it it now January 2016, and I still have left over little red "blister" looking bumps, which flare up at least weekly and itch like crazy. So much so, that I will wake up at night itching away. Tonight, as I write this, is one of those nights, so I popped a benedryl to help calm things down. My question to you is, do you know how long these things will continue to itch? Will they ever go away?  
I've had mosquito bites many times in my life, they itch, and then go away, However, this is ridiculous! I would say I have about 20 bites left over and scattered about my body. In case it helps, I am in my mid 50's, and female. I live in SoCal - we don't have those nasty things here! But we do have West Nile. So taking precaution where that is concerned. Thank you for your time.
 
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