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— George H. Dunklin, Jr.

Mosquito Facts

  1. A mosquito is a common insect in the family Culicid.  Mosquito’s resemble Crane Flies and Chironomid Flies, in which the casual observer sometimes confuses them.
  2. Mosquito’s go through four-stages of their life cycle:  egg, larva, pupa, and adult.  Adult females lay their eggs in standing water, which can be a marsh, swamp, drain, gutter, or an artificial container.  An adult mosquito can live 4 to 8 weeks.
  3. Mosquito’s have mouthparts that are adapted for piercing the skin of plants and animals.  While males typically feed on nectar and plant juices, the female needs to obtain nutrients from a “blood meal” before she can produce eggs.


Not-So-Fun Facts:

  1. Mosquito’s are attracted by CO2 given off by their host, which is mostly feed between dusk and dawn.
  2. Mosquito’s carry blood borne diseases such as West Nile Virus (link to CDC page), yellow fever, dengue fever, and malaria.
  3. There are over 2500 different species of mosquitos throughout the world and over 200 in the United States.  Mosquito’s can smell their prey over 100 feet away.  They have been around for over 30 million years.

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