Nothing ruins a perfect Summer evening like a swarm of mosquitoes lurking near your home, waiting patiently to feast. You’re hoping to enjoy barbeque. They’re hoping to enjoy YOU.
Mosquitoes need our blood for iron and protein to produce eggs. After drinking our blood, they find standing water (the beautiful lakes & pools in our very own backyards) and lay their eggs in it. The eggs hatch into larvae, then pupae, and become adult mosquitoes. The males can live for 7-10 days and the females up to several weeks.
There are more than 3,000 species throughout the world and their bites can cause much more than just an itchy bump or allergic reaction. The diseases they transmit may include: West Nile and yellow fever. Since these diseases can be deadly, it’s best to keep these insects at bay.
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