CDC created and maintains a national surveillance system called MosquitoNET. MosquitoNET is an online, centralized database to track, report, and store information regarding mosquito collections and insecticide resistance detected through testing with the CDC bottle bioassay.
Participants set up and manage individual accounts in the database to view, add, and edit data on mosquito surveillance and insecticide resistance.
Data from MosquitoNET can be used to:
- Improve knowledge of the biology of mosquitoes across the United States and US territories
- Develop modeling and mapping of mosquito populations
- Understand insecticide susceptibility or resistance patterns
- Prepare for emergency response to mosquito-borne disease
Since its creation in 2016, the focus of MosquitoNET expanded from tracking mosquito vectors of Zika virus to include all mosquito vectors of arboviruses. The goal is to expand the user group so the system can be widely used for reporting all mosquito species data for the US and its territories.
- For Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (ELC) program recipients using MosquitoNET and conducting mosquito surveillance and insecticide resistance testing, see MosquitoNET for ELC Recipients.
- Surveillance and Control of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in the United States pdf icon[PDF – 21 pages]
- West Nile Virus in the United States: Guidelines for Surveillance, Prevention, and Control pdf icon[PDF – 69 pages]