Blog 2017-08-05 15:17:46 aogrand 1789Mosquitoes belong to the genus Diptera, which has about 2,700 species worldwide. Among them, the genus Anopheles, Aedes, and Culex are the most famous. The average life span of a mosquito is not long, the female is 3-100 days, the male is 10-20 days. Mosquitoes have male and female points, males have filamentous antennae, and the antennae are generally bushy than male mosquitoes. Their food is nectar and plant juice. Female mosquitoes need to bite animals to use blood to promote the maturity of their eggs.
In mosquito saliva, there is a material that has diastolic blood vessels and anticoagulant action, which makes it easier for the blood to flow to the bite. The substance in the mosquito′s saliva causes the site′s skin to appear as a bag and itch. Mosquito bites every time sucking about one over five thousand milliliters of blood, after every meal, the mosquito is usually in the birthplace of 2 kilometers within the scope of activities, but as far as moving distance of up to 180 km. The number of spawning grounds for each female is about 1,000 to 3,000, and they typically come from the surface of the water and hatch into larvae in two days. The larvae feed on algae in the water, and they grow into pupae after four peeling, floating on the surface of the water, resulting in the rupture of the pupa′s epidermis and the birth of young mosquitoes. The life history of mosquito includes egg, larva, pupa, adult 4 parts, normal egg 1-2 days, larval stage 5-7 days, pupa 2-3 days, adult feather to suck blood to lay eggs 3-7 days, whole generation 1-2 weeks or so.
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