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The mosquito “little fly” an important role in the pollination of flowers and vegetable crops. These pollinators help with the transfer of pollen from the male essential organ, stamen to the female essential organ, pistil, or stigma. The species are responsible for pollinating squash, tomato, cucumber, eggplant, okra, potato, kiwifruit, pumpkin, watermelon, cantaloupe, blueberry, and apple. Mosquitoes also pollinate a variety of flower species, including the daisy, goldenrod, butterfly bush, cow parsnip, dandelion, coneflower, borage, and Dahlia.

Mosquitoes are of the “Cullicidae” family, which has approximately 3,600 members. The species meet the criteria to be classified as flying insects. The insect mouthparts are elongated, with unique stylets that replicate needles. The insect injects its stylets into the skin of humans and animals.

Like the carpenter bee species, only the female bites. To reproduce, the female mosquito must feed on blood.

Are Mosquitoes Dangerous To Humans?

Yes, mosquitoes are vectors of a variety of diseases, including Zika, salmonella, dengue fever, yellow fever, malaria, Chikungunya, and West Nile. The insects spread disease by transferring the pathogens to their victims through bites.

What Is The Most Effective Mosquito Management Strategy?

Mosquitoes are drawn to ponds, stagnant water, lakes, kiddie pools, and marshes. Anywhere there is standing water, mosquitoes will target.  Emptying kiddie pools between each use, divert rainwater and runoff away from the property, and installing underground drainage systems will help deter further mosquito infestation.

The mature female lays her eggs in stagnant and shallow watering holes. These areas need to be treated as soon as possible to prevent a full-blown mosquito infestation.

Is Mosquito Insecticide Environmentally Friendly?

Yes, when administered property, insecticides and pesticides pose no harm to the environment. Our pest control product line includes conventional (chemical), natural, and organic pesticide formulas. Natural and organic pesticides utilize pesticides from environmentally friendly sources.

To learn more about our mosquito control, reach out to our pest control experts.

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