A collaborative manuscript including researchers from Projects 3 and 4 and scientists from throughout the SECVBD, “Modelling the distribution of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus using climate, host density and interspecies competitive effects,” will be published soon in PLOS NTD! The study pulled in collaborators from academia, public health departments, and vector control districts throughout Florida and beyond to create a model predicting distribution of Aedes vectors. Predictive models such as this can aid surveillance and vector control efforts. Read the pre-print here and be on the lookout for the publication in PLOS NTD.