Aedes aegypti. One of a couple hundred common North American mosquito species, plaguing mankind since the dawn of time. Quite literally.
If you’ve been to the South in the summer, Biblical plague levels are an annual occurrence—especially in Charlotte, North Carolina. There is no “North” about it though. In the summer it’s deep South as ever when it comes to mosquitos. Especially as it seems to get hotter and more humid by the year. Continue reading