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Mosquito

Ant
Brown/Black
Color
3-9 mm
Size
6
Legs
Very Not
Danger
SCHEDULE MY INSPECTION Mosquitoes are commonly black with a variation of dark colors. Some people often mistaken these creatures for flies. However, mosquitoes have longer legs and a long nose which the female ones use to bite. They feed on blood from people and animals. These six legged insects carry many different diseases because of the way they draw blood from different people and animals. The diseases that could be fatal are the West Nile, Malaria and Dengue. Mosquitoes come out most often around dawn or dusk, if they are hit with direct sunlight they are likely to die. You want to be sure to clear out any water that could be around your home from puddles to flower vases, as this could be the main cause of a mosquito infestation.

Signs of Infestation:

The most common sign of a mosquito infestation is hearing buzzing around you. If the buzzing follows with bites on areas of your body that are exposed, this could be the first sign of an infestation. Mosquitoes are most often found lingering around stagnant water such as house plants, your pets water bowl or around a lake in hot humid areas. If you see a handful of them hanging around in areas such as these, be cautious going near it, or take the chances of being bit. Another sign that is very important to look out for, especially if you live on a farm or with animals, is your animal getting sick from possible diseases that could have been transmitted by mosquitoes. Mosquito bites can vary from giving you mild irritation to severe sicknesses.

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