This small, dark mosquito tends to feed on reptiles and amphibians. It is found in the southeastern United States and many countries in Central America and South America. This 3-page fact sheet was written by Diana Vork and C. Roxanne Connelly, and published by the UF Department of Entomology and Nematology, April 2012.
Ehrlichia and Anaplasma are related bacterial genera containing species that can cause disease in both humans and domestic animals. The diseases are often referred to simply as ehrlichiosis or anaplasmosis, but there are multiple species of bacteria that can cause different disease symptoms and have different vectors. This 3-page fact sheet was written by Cynthia C. Lord and C. Roxanne Rutledge Connelly, and published by the UF Department of Entomology and Nematology, March 2012. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in191
El caballo Pura Raza Española (P.R.E), conocido también como el Andaluz, es de una elegante raza con ascendencias que se extienden miles de años en el pasado a la región de Andalucía de la Península Ibérica (Cuadro 1). Estos animales desarrollaron gran agilidad, fortaleza, y belleza al lidiar con el terreno escabroso y los animales salvajes, incluyendo toros fieros, de la región.
This 4-page fact sheet is the Spanish lanugage version of AN269, The Purebred Spanish Horse. It was written by María L. Mandina and Jorge R. Rey, and published by the UF Department of Animal Science, December 2011.
The Purebred Spanish Horse, also known as the Andalusian or the Pura Raza Español, is an elegant breed with ancestors dating back thousands of years to the Andalusian region of the Iberian Peninsula. The horse evolved to have catlike agility, power, and beauty because it faced rugged terrain and needed to co-exist with local wildlife, including wild bulls. Learn more in this 4-page fact sheet was written by María L. Mandina and Jorge R. Rey, and published by the UF Department of Animal Science, September 2011.
AN246, a 4-page illustrated fact sheet by Jorge R. Rey, is the Spanish language version of AN240: Florida Cracker Cattle. It describes this small to moderately-sized breed of cattle descended from the original cattle brought to Florida by the Spanish in the 1500s — history, breed characteristics, beef, organizations, and contacts. Published by the UF Department of Animal Sciences, July 2010.
ENY860, a 5-page illustrated fact sheet by Jorge R. Rey and Roxanne R. Connelly, describes common characteristics of these species of mosquito that develop in water-holding containers, both natural and artificial, major species in Florida, and methods of control. Includes references. Published by the UF Department of Entomology and Nematology, June 2010.
ENY-851S, a 5-page illustrated fact sheet by Jorge R. Rey, is the Spanish version of ENY-851, “Red Tides” (forthcoming). It explains what these “harmful algal blooms” are, what causes them, their impacts on marine ecosystems, human health, and coastal economies, and strategies for mitigation and control. Includes references. Published by the UF Department of Entomology and Nematology, February 2008.