Mosquito

Mosquitos can cause big trouble anywhere in the world. Their bite can leave a horrible bite on the skin. The female mosquitos are known for spreading deadly diseases, like Malaria. Read more to know about their lifecycle and habits.

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Aedes Mosquitoes

  • One distinct physical feature (black and white stripes on its body and legs) hence also called as ‘Tiger mosquito’.

  • Bites during the day.

  • Lays its eggs in clean, stagnant water.

  • Adult, female mosquitoes lay their eggs on the inner, wet
    walls of containers with water, above the waterline.

  • Mosquitoes generally lay 100 eggs at a time.

  • Eggs are very hardy; they stick to the walls of a container
    like glue and can survive drying out for up to 8 months even over the winter in the southern United States.

  • It only takes a very small amount of water to attract a
    female mosquito. Bowls, cups, fountains, tires, barrels,vases and any other container storing water makes for a great “nursery.”

  • They dwell in container where there is clean water.

  • The intensity of the bite changes after the sunrise and before sunset.

  • Often seen around black and red colour.

  • Can fly short distance (50 – 100m)

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Aedes Mosquitoes: Aedesaegypti

  • The adult mosquito has black and white markings on the body.

  • Larval rest 45 degree from the surface of the water.

  • Their eggs are black in colour and shaped like a rugby ball.

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  • The egg takes 6-8 days to reach the adult stage.

  • Complete metamorphosis – egg, larval, pupa and adult.

  • They dwell in container where there is clean water.

  • The intensity of the bite changes after the sunrise and before sunset.

  • Often seen around black and red colour.

  • Can fly short distance (50 – 100m)

  • Female Aedesaegypti bite and transmit diseases where males do not bite.

  • They usually prefer to bite in the day light, however they can bite anytime of the day.

  • Aedesaegypti love to dwell in homes. Hence, keeping a half empty bottle of water for long hours and not cleaning the sewage increases the chances of an Aedesaegypti attack.

  • Aedesaegypti are extremely invasive, hence any symptoms of diseases related to their bite shouldn’t be neglected.

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Anopheles Mosquito: Anopheles spp

  • Adult – pale and dark marks on its wings and resting 45 degree angle to the surface.

  • Larval rest parallel to surface of the water

  • Egg is about 1mm long and has floats on its sides.

  • The egg takes 6 – 10 days to turn into an adult.

  • Complete metamorphosis – egg, larval, pupa and adult

  • They prefer to dwell on clean and unpolluted water.

  • They bite at night and rest indoor and outdoor (depends on species).

  • Prefer to be around dark colours.

  • Female with one blood meal can lay 50 – 150 eggs.

  • Main vector for Malaria.

  • Malaria is caused by a one-celled parasite called a Plasmodium.

  • Female Anopheles mosquitoes pick up the parasite from infected people when they bite to obtain blood needed to nurture their eggs.

  • Inside the mosquito the parasites reproduce and develop.

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Culex Mosquito: Culextritaeniorhynchus

  • They are dull in colour. The abdomen tip is always blunt. The thorax, legs, and veins on the wings are always covered with brown scales.

  • The larval rests 45 degree from the surface of the water

  • Egg is brown, long and cylindrical, vertical on water surface, cemented in a raft of 300 eggs. Raft usually 3 – 4mm long and 2 – 3mm wide.

  • It takes 6 – 10 days for the egg to reach the adult stage.

  • Complete metamorphosis – egg, larval, pupa and adult

  • They mainly breed in paddy field, polluted stagnant water and drains.

  • They bite at night and usually rest indoor before and after the blood meal. Sometimes they may rest outdoor.

  • Prefer to stay around darker colours.

  • They can fly long distances too.

  • Main vector for Japanese B – Encephalitis.

  • Although, Culex mosquito is not responsible for transmitting malaria, dengue, and yellow fever, yet they still transmit many diseases.

  • They are known to spread many viruses like West Nile Virus, filariasis, and encephalitis.

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