There are at least 70 species of mosquito’s in North America, ranging through all types of habitats, climates,and varying widely in their habits and appearances. Many species breed within small, temporary pools such as plant bases, standing water, pet bowls, bird baths,or ponds. If there is only temporary water the eggs may be laid by the female long before water is present. Once the water contacts the eggs then they can hatch. The larvae are unusual that they can stay below the water surface. The winter is spent in the larval stage. Many mosquitoes carry diseases. Control is Important. The most important control measure for mosquito control is prevention, removing harborage areas, and getting rid of standing water. This can prevent future problems. Larval method of control is a good method of control. A good inspection can help identify these problems.
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