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If you saw a mosquito that has black and white stripes on its body and legs, you may have seen one of the Asian tiger mosquitoes that are invading the United States. Originally from Asia, they first came to this country in the s as eggs which stowed away in used tires and other cargo. The eggs hatched and found the new habitat to their liking. Asian tiger mosquitoes have now spread over most of the southeastern United states. Their Latin name is Aedes albopictus , though some scientists also identify them as Stegomyia albopicta. To see close-up photos of the larva, pupa, and adult stages, with identifying points, visit this website, produced by the University of Florida.
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Japanese girl in a fight gets her clothes stripped off
Mosquito with Black and White Stripes
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Kantha – a South Asian quilting tradition
Originally made from old, recycled fabrics, the traditional kantha cloth is an example of 'flat', or unwadded quilting, worked on multiple layers of fabric. Bangladeshi or Bengali kantha cloths were made by women for use in their own homes as bedcovers, mats and all-purpose wrappers. The stitching consists of embroidered patterns, ranging from simple floral motifs to elaborate scenes, combined with running-stitch quilting in a colour matching the background fabric. On older quilts, the quilting runs around the embroidered motifs, a technique known as echo quilting.
Talking Tigers: Part 5 of a part series. Throughout human history, the diverse peoples who populated the vast Asian continent have had one thing in common: They feared and revered the tiger. Teeth, claws and other body parts became amulets. In legend, tigers brought food to men and women lost in the forest; tigers fought the forces of evil, protecting tribes, holy men, babies; tigers acted as a potent agent of fertility—and provided passage between the worlds of the living and the dead. The earliest fossil, a tiger-like skull unearthed in China, is two million years old.
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