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  1. Mosquitoes - Wikitravel

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    Mosquitoes are small flying insects that are found throughout the world, particularly in the Carribean, South and Central America, Africa, southeast Asia, including Australia. In many areas they are primarily a nuisance, buzzing around and leaving itchy little welts where they bite.

  2. What to Eat to Repel Mosquitoes

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    Mosquitoes mostly rely on their keen sense of smell to identify their favorite food source: People. If you aren’t already aware, and you don’t happen to have the smelling capabilities of a mosquito, the things you eat can greatly affect the chemicals you release and, therefore, your scent.

  3. Mosquito Killing Ovitrap : 11 Steps (with Pictures ...

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    Mosquitoes get drawn to the light, smell the water and go in to lay their eggs. The more you attract, the faster and better these babies work! TIP 4: IF you live in a rural area with a lot of land, AND have access to a long lasting mosquito poison you can make easier lethal traps.

  4. Mosquitoes 101: Different Types & Mosquito Diseases

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    Mosquitoes 101 A Guide to Mosquitoes and Mosquito Prevention. There are different types of mosquitoes found throughout the world, including all regions of the U.S. They are an annoyance to most because of the itchy mosquito bites they leave behind, but they can also pose a far more serious threat.

  5. Unlike mosquitoes, crane flies can not fly well. They will sometimes "wobble" when flying. Crane flies that live in temperate places, such as Tipula species, may grow as big as 60 mm in size.

  6. Types of Mosquitoes | HowStuffWorks

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    The word "mosquito" is Spanish for "little fly," and its use dates back to about 1583 in North America (Europeans referred to mosquitoes as "gnats"). Mosquitoes belong to the order Diptera, true flies. Mosquitoes are like flies in that they have two wings, but unlike flies, their wings have scales, their legs are long and the females have a ...

  7. How to Get Rid of Mosquitoes - The Home Depot

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    Mosquitoes rest in dark, humid outdoor areas, such as in tall grass, hollow trees or under leaves. If mosquitoes swarm around your house, treat areas under and around patio furniture, in carports or in the garage. Don't forget to check and treat outdoor storage sheds.

  8. WHO | World Health Organization

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    Mosquitoes are one of the deadliest animals in the world. Their ability to carry and spread disease to humans causes thousands of deaths every year. Zika, dengue, chikungunya, and yellow fever are all transmitted to humans by the Aedes aegypti mosquito. More than half of the world's population lives in areas where this mosquito species is present.

  9. Mosquitoes - National Pesticide Information Center

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    Mosquitoes. Not all mosquitoes transmit diseases, but they can all be a nuisance. There are many different species of mosquitoes with different preferences for climate and breeding territory. Typically, mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water. Mosquito larvae hatch from the eggs and remain in the water, feeding on tiny organisms.

  10. The Mosquitoes | Gilligan's Island Wiki | Fandom

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    The Mosquitoes. Bio Edit. The Mosquitoes are a long-haired Sixties-era pop group, comprised of members Bingo, Bango, Bongo and Irving.They were probably inspired by groups such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Byrds, taking ingredients from each group to establish their music identity, even down to their insect-inspired name and long hair and sound that reflected the music of garage ...