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Andy Core, an undergraduate research assistant, worked in the University of Oregon lab of Christina M. Holzapfel, who with her husband, William E. Bradshaw, has documented genetic changes in hundreds of thousands of mosquitoes.
The 45th parallel | Warming where we live

In mosquito, a small tale of climate change

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / April 29, 2007

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Along with Canadian red squirrels and European blackcap birds, the mosquito -- a non biting variety found from Florida to Canada -- is one of only five known species that scientists say have already evolved because of global warming. (Full article: 1582 words)

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