Blog 2017-08-02 14:36:55 aogrand 1572Mosquitoes prefer stagnant water within which to lay their eggs. They most commonly infest ponds, marshes, swamps and other wetland habitats. However, they are capable of thriving in a variety of locations and can successfully grow in numbers even when not in their natural habitat. Many species of mosquitoes use containers of water as egg-deposit sites. Hot, humid environments are most amenable to mosquito growth and survival. Infestations can occur easily in tropical areas. Some species have also been known to inhabit freezing locations such as the Arctic Circle. Water provides mosquitoes with a place to lay eggs, grow and develop through their water stages (egg, larval and pupal). After the airborne portion of their life cycle, females return to water to lay a new batch of fertile eggs. Female mosquitoes usually lay their eggs on the surface of water or in areas where water can rise, flood the eggs, and stimulate them to hatch. Even as adult mosquitoes leave the pupal stage and become adults, water still plays a role because adult mosquitoes exit the pupal case on the water′s surface and “dry out” before taking flight. Having known a little about mosquito′s habitat, much precaution should be taken regarding preventing mosquitoes around you and your family. By the way, apart from wiping out water spots, there′s another better solution to repel mosquitoes effectively and directly that is using products from Arrow, your best mosquito repellent. Mosquito breeding habits, the fertilization of the female by the male, normally occurs within a few days after the female has left the water source and is searching for, has taken or will soon take her first blood meal. While mosquito breeding may occur near a water source, mosquito breeding is one of the few activities that are not involved directly with a water source.
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