Insects with a slender body, long legs and scaled wings are mosquitoes. Plant nectar, along with the blood of mammals, is another source of food for mosquitoes.
The bite of mosquitoes can result in elevated red welts that entice scratching.
Female mosquitoes lay their eggs in any and all types of water.
Mosquitoes are rarely bigger than ½ inch and weigh no more than2.5 milligrams.
The eggs of mosquitoes are laid on the water’s surface, sink, and then rise when they reach the pupa life stage.
Mosquitoes can detect humans through chemical, visual, AND heat sensors.
Humans can acquire disease from mosquitoes by their bite and injection of saliva. Hanging nets and placing screens on windows and doors are the best methods of protection against mosquitoes. Call a pest exterminator to eliminate mosquitoes in your home today.
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