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Aedes albopictus - Asian Tiger Mosquito - Aedes albopictus - female

Aedes albopictus - Asian Tiger Mosquito - Aedes albopictus - Female
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
August 23, 2011
Size: approx. 8 mm
9 am in my yard. Is this a male? If my ID is correct, this would be the first BG entry for Florida in August (hard to believe).

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I think that most if not all male mosquitoes have plumose antennae so that would mean this is a female.

 
Thank you!
I didn't know where to draw the plumose line. Many thanks.

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