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West Nile Virus: The Search for Answers in Chicago’s Suburbs

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Photo of the Northern House mosquito.

The Northern House mosquito, Culex pipiens, primary vector of West Nile Virus in Eastern North America.

Credit: Gabe L. Hamer


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Photo of a juvenile American Robin.

Juvenile American Robin.

Credit: Gabe L. Hamer


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Photo showing a juvenile American Robin with transmitter.

Juvenile American Robin with transmitter sitting in a roost location.

Credit: Gabe L. Hamer


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