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Romanomermis culicivorax is naturally found in the United States, particularly in Louisiana, Florida, and Utah. However, humans have distributed the species around the world.

Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native ); palearctic (Introduced ); oriental (Introduced ); ethiopian (Introduced ); neotropical (Introduced ); australian (Introduced )

Other Geographic Terms: cosmopolitan


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