Whitney Qualls, email@example.com and Gary R. Mullen, firstname.lastname@example.org. Auburn University, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, 301 Funchess Hall, Auburn, AL
Geographic distribution, seasonal abundance, and species composition of mosquitoes breeding in discarded tires were determined by larval sampling in sixty-seven counites in Alabama. Two tire sites were sampled in each county twice a month from May to October, 2004. Each larval sample was identified to species. Habitat segregation and species co-existence were determined by larval sampling and adult trapping at two large rural tireyards in Lee and Talladega County.
Keywords: Aedes albopictus, geographic distribution