WWW.ALLMOSQUITOS.COM http://allmosquitos.com/ WWW.ALLMOSQUITOS.COM en-us Thu, 2 Dec 2010 18:40:58 GMT Thu, 2 Dec 2010 18:40:58 GMT www.allmosquitos.com www.allmosquitos.com Allergic Reaction to mosquito bites http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/allergic-reaction-to-mosquito-bites.html Allergic reaction to mosquito bite varies, depending on the skin sensitivity, human body alergic reactions to other matters. Thu, 2 Dec 2010 18:40:58 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/allergic-reaction-to-mosquito-bites.html Anti mosquito sound http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/anti-mosquito-sound.html Remember that buzzing sound that exert from your mobile phone speaker? Now it can be played over your PC speaker to get rid that nasty bugs away! Does it work? I strongly doubt! Tue, 27 Jul 2010 12:12:53 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/anti-mosquito-sound.html Natural Mosquito Repellent http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/natural-mosquito-repellents.html Use this list of items and activities that attract mosquitoes as a list of things to avoid or that can be used as bait to lure mosquitoes away from you. Tue, 13 Jul 2010 19:39:35 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/natural-mosquito-repellents.html Mosquito stories http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-stories.html There are many books about stories of mosquitos. But I will give you the best ones, that really affect mosquito life. Tue, 2 Mar 2010 22:42:46 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-stories.html Mosquito biological factors http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-biological-factors.html Mosquito biological development and factors that may contribute with their development. Wed, 24 Feb 2010 16:08:18 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-biological-factors.html Mosquito Killing (MKS) http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/mosquito-killing-mks.html Take pleasure in the comfort and safety provided by the Arctic Mosquito Killing System. The MKS was urbanized with technical assistance from NASA and is an environmentally protected way to reduce the mosquito populace. Mon, 8 Feb 2010 16:28:50 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/mosquito-killing-mks.html Mosquito control general http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/mosquito-control-general.html Mosquito control general is the process of actively reducing the number of mosquitoes. Comprehensive mosquito control general can use one or more approaches that target different environments and life stages of the mosquito. Mon, 8 Feb 2010 16:22:10 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/mosquito-control-general.html Mosquito bite treat http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-treat.html Find out everything about mosquito bite - why and how do mosquitos bite? Why mosquito bite iches? Wed, 16 Dec 2009 16:48:37 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-treat.html California Encephalitis http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/california-encephalitis.html California encephalitis is yet another human illness spread by mosquitoes and caused by a California encephalitis virus group. This condition is endemic to the midwestern United States and primarily affects children between 5-10 years of age. Sun, 27 Jan 2008 23:37:30 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/california-encephalitis.html Lymphatic filariasis http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/lymphatic-filariasis.html Lymphatic filariasis is a disease caused by roundworms of several species, mostly occurring in humid tropical areas and spread by many different species of mosquitoes. Sun, 27 Jan 2008 22:12:47 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/lymphatic-filariasis.html Mosquito bar http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-bar.html I can’t stop wondering that people still find something attractive in mosquitoes and use this name for various businesses. Mosquito bar is one of such widely used titles and we’d like to give you details on some of these mosquito bars from all over the world. Sat, 19 Jan 2008 16:49:00 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-bar.html Mosquito like insects http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-like-insects.html Mosquitoes (Culicidae) are not the only group of two-winged insects (Diptera) and people quite often confuse them with other mosquito like insects. Here we give descriptions of some similar looking insect families like crane flies, midges or winter gnats. Sun, 6 Jan 2008 13:02:52 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-like-insects.html Mosquito aircraft – DH98 Mosquito http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-aircraft--dh98-mosquito.html One of the best-known aircrafts of the Second World War was the de Havilland Mosquito, known to many as "Mossie", was produced from 1941 until well after the end of the war in Great Britain, Canada and Australia. Sun, 6 Jan 2008 12:05:14 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-aircraft--dh98-mosquito.html Culiseta alaskaensis – Alaskan snow mosquito http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culiseta-alaskaensis--alaskan-snow-mosquito.html Mosquitoes of the genus Culiseta are quite often called the “snow mosquitoes” because many of the species live in northern territories of taiga or mountain regions and females overwinter in adult stage under the snow. Sat, 29 Dec 2007 02:24:03 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culiseta-alaskaensis--alaskan-snow-mosquito.html Mosquito season http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-season.html The period of the year when people are attacked by those blood-sucking insects could be called mosquito season. It is usually the warm and wet period that differs year after year depending on climatic and other conditions. Sun, 16 Dec 2007 03:21:31 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-season.html Chikungunya fever http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/chikungunya-fever.html Chikungunya fever is caused by a Chikungunya virus which belongs to genus Alphavirus of the Togaviridae family and was first isolated in 1952 during the epidemic of fever in Tanzania. Sun, 9 Dec 2007 13:59:38 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/chikungunya-fever.html Sig Mosquito http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/sig-mosquito.html SIG mosquito is actually a semi-automatic pistol manufactured by the Swiss/German company SIG SAUER. It is sometimes called simply Mosquito or SigSauer Mosquito Pistol. It would be really interesting to know how the gun got its name. Mon, 3 Dec 2007 02:46:31 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/sig-mosquito.html Mosquito netting http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-netting.html Mosquito netting or insect netting is usually made from synthetic material and is defined by the number of holes per square inch. Mosquito netting keeps the bugs out, but lets outdoor breezes in. Tue, 27 Nov 2007 02:50:40 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-netting.html Free mosquito ringtones for your cell phone in mp3 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-ringtones/free-mosquito-ringtones-for-your-cell-phone-in-mp3.html Here we give you some more free mosquito ringtones – all these mp3 sound files are of different frequencies, so you can test which of mosquito tones you are able to hear and choose that of the highest frequency. Tue, 27 Nov 2007 01:39:23 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-ringtones/free-mosquito-ringtones-for-your-cell-phone-in-mp3.html Mosquito biting mouthparts http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-pictures/mosquito-biting-mouthparts.html This close-up picture shows the biting mouthparts of anopheline mosquito. Anophelines are easily separated from other mosquitoes by their long palpi (two parts with widening end), almost reaching the end of lower lip (labium). Tue, 27 Nov 2007 01:33:18 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-pictures/mosquito-biting-mouthparts.html Mosquito bite picture (The Bite) http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-pictures/mosquito_bite_picture.html These spectacular mosquito bite pictures were sent to us by our loyal visitors. Where else will you see a mosquito bite from that close? Tue, 27 Nov 2007 01:30:54 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-pictures/mosquito_bite_picture.html The Mosquito cell phone ring tone mp3 and wav files http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-ringtones/the-mosquito-cell-phone-ring-tone-mp3-and-wav-files.html The Mosquito cell phone ring tone sometimes also called teen buzz was copied by someone from original teen repeller device made by security expert Howard Stapleton and it quickly spread through the web. Tue, 27 Nov 2007 01:27:56 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-ringtones/the-mosquito-cell-phone-ring-tone-mp3-and-wav-files.html Mosquito lyrics bands J-N http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-lyrics-bands-j-n.html Mosquito lyrics from bands starting with J to N Tue, 27 Nov 2007 01:21:49 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-lyrics-bands-j-n.html Mosquito lyrics bands T-Z http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-lyrics-bands-t-z.html Several more mosquito lyrics of bands with names starting T to Z. Tue, 23 Oct 2007 00:06:53 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-lyrics-bands-t-z.html Mosquito lyrics bands Q-S http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-lyrics-bands-q-s.html Several more mosquito lyrics of bands with names starting Q to S. Tue, 23 Oct 2007 00:02:24 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-lyrics-bands-q-s.html Mosquito lyrics bands A-I http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-lyrics-bands-a-i.html Mosquitoes have attracted considerable attention from different bands or artists worldwide and we’ve decided to share some mosquito lyrics with you. It’s hardly possible to collect all the songs mosquitoes are mentioned, but we are giving at least those that have mosquito name in song titles. Mon, 22 Oct 2007 23:51:47 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-lyrics-bands-a-i.html Mosquito sound #1 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-sounds/mosquito-sound1.html Just press the button, and listen to her sound produced by flying mosquitos. Unfortunatelly we have no other sounds yet :) Tue, 2 Oct 2007 02:36:41 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-sounds/mosquito-sound1.html Mosquito sound #2 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-sounds/mosquito-sound-2.html Another mosquito sound clip. This one is a bit longer. Tue, 2 Oct 2007 02:36:15 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-sounds/mosquito-sound-2.html Mosquito repellents http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-repellents.html Repellents come in many forms including chemical sprays, natural lotions, and electronic devices. The most well known repellent is deet (N, N diethyl-m-toluamide). Tue, 2 Oct 2007 02:03:53 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-repellents.html Mosquito misting system http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-misting-systems/mosquito-misting-system.html Pyrethrum is the most common insecticide product used in mosquito misting systems. Pyrethrum is an insecticide extracted from African chrysanthemum flowers, painted daisies – Tanacetum coccineum. Tue, 2 Oct 2007 01:56:58 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-misting-systems/mosquito-misting-system.html Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti – the Yellow Fever Mosquito http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/aedes-stegomyia-aegypti--the-yellow-fever-mosquito.html This smallish, dark mosquito with conspicuous white markings on the scutum and banded legs is the primary vector of the viruses causing human Dengue and Yellow fever. In Asia, this species is also considered the principal vector of Chikungunya and O'nyong-nyong viruses while it is a potential vector of dog heartworm, Murray Valley encephalitis and Ross River viruses in Australia. Tue, 2 Oct 2007 01:34:16 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/aedes-stegomyia-aegypti--the-yellow-fever-mosquito.html Haemagogus mosquitoes http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/haemagogus-mosquitoes.html Mosquitoes of the genus Haemagogus are mostly found in tropical Central and South America and are medically important as vectors of sylvatic yellow fever virus, Ilheus virus and some other arboviruses. Fri, 31 Aug 2007 00:04:40 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/haemagogus-mosquitoes.html Relieving mosquito bite itch with leaves, fruits and oils http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite-remedy/natural-mosquito-bite-remedy/relieving-mosquito-bite-itch-with-leaves-fruits-and-oils-.html Mosquito bite itch can be relieved using natural products as plant leaves, oils or even fruit juices. You should try at least some of them and see by yourself which are good and which are not. Mon, 13 Aug 2007 07:45:30 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite-remedy/natural-mosquito-bite-remedy/relieving-mosquito-bite-itch-with-leaves-fruits-and-oils-.html Mosquito killer game http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/mosquito-killer-game.html This is free online mosquito killer flash game for kids. Simply use the swatter to kill those bloodsuckers. Wed, 8 Aug 2007 04:06:48 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/mosquito-killer-game.html KP Anti Mosquitoes http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/kp-anti-mosquitoes.html This program produces sound in the range of 16000Hz to 20000Hz which is beyond the audible range of humans. Pests and other animals can though hear the very same frequency. Mon, 6 Aug 2007 05:49:34 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/kp-anti-mosquitoes.html Female mosquito feeding on nectar http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-pictures/female-mosquito-feeding-on-nectar.html This close-up picture shows female mosquito feeding on nectar. Female mosquitoes search for a blood source for their eggs and need energy, which is taken by feeding on nectar from flowers. Tue, 31 Jul 2007 12:00:21 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-pictures/female-mosquito-feeding-on-nectar.html Relieving mosquito bite itch http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite-remedy/home-remedy-for-mosquito-bite/relieving-mosquito-bite-itch.html You could make a remedy for an annoying insect bite yourself, from ingredients commonly found in most households. As there are dozens of biting mosquito species, some remedies may work for some of them while others fail. Just try some of them and see what suits you best. Tue, 31 Jul 2007 04:14:10 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite-remedy/home-remedy-for-mosquito-bite/relieving-mosquito-bite-itch.html Mosquito fact #10 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact-10.html Bird or bat species are not effective for mosquito control. Although some bird species as purple martins consume large numbers of flying insects, mosquitoes comprise no more than 0 to 3 percent of their diet. Bats are mostly opportunistic insect feeders and mosquitoes comprise less than 1 percent of bat guts. Beetles moths and wasps are the favorable meals of bats although some species-specific differences do exist. Sun, 22 Jul 2007 03:07:18 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact-10.html Mosquito fact #9 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact9.html There are over 3000 species of mosquitoes worldwide with more than 160 species in North America alone. Different mosquito species exhibit different behaviors – some of them prefer humans as hosts, others – different mammals and birds or even frogs. Some mosquitoes feed just before nightfall, others around the clock or whenever a host is available Sun, 22 Jul 2007 03:05:59 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact9.html Mosquito fact #8 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact-8.html Lifespan of adult mosquitoes vary from species to species. Most females live from two weeks up to a month while males reach 10 – 20 days. Females of some species live through the winter in barns, caves, houses, culverts, attics or other hideouts and can live around six months. Sun, 22 Jul 2007 03:04:37 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact-8.html Mosquito fact #7 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact7.html Most mosquitoes remain within 1 - 3 miles of their breeding site. Some of them, as the Asian tiger mosquito - Aedes albopictus – fly only about 300 feet away while species developing in salt marshes usually migrate 20 to 40 miles or even around 100 miles under the favorable circumstances. Wind currents are the main mean of long mosquito migrations. Sun, 22 Jul 2007 03:03:18 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact7.html Mosquito fact #6 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact6.html Mosquitoes are not affected by ultrasonic devices. At least ten studies in the past 15 years convincingly demonstrated that ultrasound in the range of 20-70 kHz has no repelling effect on female mosquitoes. Huge amounts of money are spent on research and development of ultrasonic devices, they are an effective marketing tool, but nonetheless none of them works as they are advertised to work. Sun, 22 Jul 2007 03:01:40 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact6.html Mosquito fact #5 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact5.html Mosquitoes are attracted to humans by several main chemicals, carbon dioxide being the most recognized attractant. Different body odors as sweat, lactic acid, octenol as well as body heat and moisture also attract these insects. Visual cues as movement or dark color lure mosquitoes too. People drinking beer have been shown to be more attractive to mosquitoes, but ingestion of garlic or vitamin B12 has been proven to have no impact on mosquito biting in laboratory. Sun, 22 Jul 2007 02:59:52 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact5.html Mosquito fact #4 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact4.html The larval and pupal stages of mosquitoes develop in water. Different water habitats are suitable for them to develop, such as pools, tires, discarded containers, irrigation ditches, tree or crab holes, flower pots, rain gutters, decorative ponds, salt marshes or any other place where water accumulates and stays for a particular period. Sun, 22 Jul 2007 02:58:18 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact4.html Mosquito fact #2 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact2.html Only female mosquitoes bite. The maxillae and mandibles (mouthparts) of male mosquitoes are delicate, tape-like structures, usually one part being longer than another and so unsuitable for piercing the skin. Although both males and females also feed on nectar, only females bite as they need blood for eggs to mature. Sun, 22 Jul 2007 02:57:05 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact2.html Mosquito fact #3 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact3.html Considerable amount of human diseases is spread by mosquitoes. More than three million people worldwide die from mosquito-transmitted diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, dengue fever, West Nile virus, and different kinds of encephalitis – Murray Valley encephalitis, La Crosse encephalitis or other. As most of those diseases are spread around the equator, global trade market makes it easier for infected mosquitoes to get into other countries. Sun, 22 Jul 2007 02:56:17 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosquito-fact3.html Mosquito fact #1 http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosqtuito-fact1.html Forget the myth about mosquito ability to transfer AIDS virus. Once and for all the times – mosquitoes are unable to infect, transfer, or deliver AIDS virus. Sun, 22 Jul 2007 01:14:42 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-fact/mosqtuito-fact1.html Repellent Lotion http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/repellent-lotion.html Here are some mosquito repellent lotion available from our associate partners. Send us your opinions and experiences on "mosquito repellent lotion" or post them in comments below. Sat, 21 Jul 2007 23:03:14 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/repellent-lotion.html Mosquito Dunks http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/mosquito-dunks.html Here are some mosquito dunks available from our associate partners. Send us your opinions and experiences on "mosquito dunks" or post them in comments below. Sat, 21 Jul 2007 23:02:24 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/mosquito-dunks.html Permethrin Fabric Spray http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/permethrin-fabric-spray.html Here are some Permethrin Fabric Sprays available from our associate partners. Send us your opinions and experiences on "Permethrin Fabric Sprays" or post them in comments below. Sat, 21 Jul 2007 22:58:12 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/permethrin-fabric-spray.html Mosquito Trap http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/mosquito-trap.html Here are some mosquito traps available from our associate partners. Send us your opinions and experiences on "mosquito traps" or post them in comments below. Sat, 21 Jul 2007 22:55:32 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/mosquito-trap.html Repellent Spray http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/repellent-spray.html Here are some repellent sprays available from our associate partners. Send us your opinions and experiences on "repellent sprays" or post them in comments below. Sat, 21 Jul 2007 22:52:12 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-control-product/repellent-spray.html Mosquito squash http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/mosquito-squash.html Mosquito squash is a very simple game for children to learn mouse control. It's just simple and fun enough for the little ones to believe they are really playing a big guys game! Sun, 15 Jul 2007 10:10:21 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/mosquito-squash.html Mosquito 1.0 - Palm program http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/mosquito-1.0---palm-program.html Protect yourself from mosquitoes with this handy Palm program. Mosquito is one of those programs that comes along and makes original and innovative use of the technology available. Sun, 15 Jul 2007 04:04:56 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/mosquito-1.0---palm-program.html Bug Squish - kill the mosquitoes http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/bug-squish---kill-the-mosquitoes.html Kill the mosquitoes and other insects before they can suck your blood. In Bug Squish, you must defend your arm from an onslaught of blood-sucking insects. Sun, 15 Jul 2007 03:47:05 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/bug-squish---kill-the-mosquitoes.html Anti-Mosquito II software for your mobile phone http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/anti-mosquito-ii-software-for-your-mobile-phone.html Anti Mosquito II is new state of the art mobile software that will actively repel insects. You can now use your mobile phone to repel mosquitoes! Wherever you are, this mobile program will work hard to make you comfortable Sun, 15 Jul 2007 02:50:55 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/anti-mosquito-ii-software-for-your-mobile-phone.html Ultrafobos anti mosquito software http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/ultrafobos-anti-mosquito-software.html Ultrafobos is another anti mosquito program. Its objective is to emulate diverse ranks of frequencies that are annoying or act on the nervous system of mosquitoes, flies and other insects or animals, thus frightening them and forcing to move away from certain places. Sat, 14 Jul 2007 12:22:12 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/ultrafobos-anti-mosquito-software.html SEA Anti-Mosquitoes XP 2.0 http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/sea-anti-mosquitoes-xp-2.0-.html Every bloodsucker will run for a shelter after hearing the hellish sounds of this utility. The working principles of the program are simple – it just generates the sound of particular frequency that mosquitoes can’t stand. Thu, 12 Jul 2007 13:57:35 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/anti-mosquito-software/sea-anti-mosquitoes-xp-2.0-.html What attracts mosquitoes? http://allmosquitos.com/what-attracts-mosquitos/what-attracts-mosquitoes.html Wondering what attracts mosquitoes to you or other people? Here are several main things everyone should know in order to avoid or to lure these insects. Sat, 30 Jun 2007 08:15:59 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/what-attracts-mosquitos/what-attracts-mosquitoes.html Mosquito eater http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-eater.html People quite often give animals or insects names that are really not related to what those animals look like or what they really do. Mosquito eater is only one of such wrong names, although also used for several correct designations. Mon, 25 Jun 2007 14:05:30 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-eater.html Efficacy of electronic mosquito repellers http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/efficacy-of-electronic-mosquito-repellers.html Mosquito nuisance and their ability to transmit diseases are steadily stimulating the launching of new tools in the market to tackle these problems. Different electronic mosquito repellers, often called ultrasonic mosquito repellers are being produced for several decades already, but the funny thing is they don’t really do what are supposed to. Wed, 20 Jun 2007 13:07:30 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/efficacy-of-electronic-mosquito-repellers.html Sylvatic yellow fever http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/sylvatic-yellow-fever.html Sylvatic, or jungle, yellow fever occurs in tropical rainforests and is caused by an arbovirus of the family Flaviviridae. This infectious disease is passed onto humans by infected sylvatic mosquitoes, which get the virus by feeding on ill monkeys. Cases are usually sporadic with mostly young men working in the forests affected. Sun, 17 Jun 2007 07:52:20 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/sylvatic-yellow-fever.html Ilheus encephalitis http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/ilheus-encephalitis.html Ilheus encephalitis is caused by the Ilheus virus (genus Flavivirus) that is transmitted by different mosquito species. This encephalitis is endemic to eastern Brazil and other parts of south and Central America. Sat, 9 Jun 2007 09:33:12 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/ilheus-encephalitis.html Toxorhynchites – mosquito hawk or elephant mosquito http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/toxorhynchites--mosquito-hawk-or-elephant-mosquito.html Mosquitoes of the genus Toxorhynchites are sometimes called mosquito hawks, because their larvae eat larvae of other mosquitoes, or elephant mosquitoes – because of their exceptional size. The wingspan of Toxorhynchites may exceed 12 mm (0.4 inches) and the body length may exceed 7 mm (0.2 inches). Sat, 9 Jun 2007 08:35:07 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/toxorhynchites--mosquito-hawk-or-elephant-mosquito.html Mosquito repellent bracelet http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-repellent-bracelet.html Mosquito repellent bracelets are said to be one of the ideal products for outdoor protection against these insects. Different repellents are used in bracelets that do not kill mosquitoes, but make humans unattractive to a mosquito. Sat, 9 Jun 2007 03:36:35 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-repellent-bracelet.html Mosquito pheromone trap http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-pheromone-trap.html Mosquitoes of the genus Culex, like. Culex quinquefasciatus, release a volatile pheromone from their eggs that induces gravid females to oviposit around the pheromone source. This fact is used in mosquito control for fighting against adult females as well as mosquito larvae. Fri, 8 Jun 2007 11:48:25 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-pheromone-trap.html Murray Valley encephalitis http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/murray-valley-encephalitis.html Murray Valley encephalitis (MVE) is a mosquito-borne viral disease of humans, affecting the central nervous system and able to cause death. It occurs naturally throughout the northern half of Australia, Papua New Guinea and eastern Indonesia. Sun, 20 May 2007 13:02:10 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/murray-valley-encephalitis.html Aedes (Stegomyia) polynesiensis – Polynesian tiger mosquito http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/aedes-stegomyia-polynesiensis--polynesian-tiger-mosquito.html Aedes (Stegomyia) polynesiensis is dispersed through the South Pacific, occurring also in portions of the Cook Islands, Fiji, French Polynesia, Tuvalu and other islands. Is is an important vector of dengue fever and filariasis and can also carry heartworm of dogs. Sun, 20 May 2007 09:37:35 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/aedes-stegomyia-polynesiensis--polynesian-tiger-mosquito.html Sindbis fever http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/sindbis-fever.html Sindbis fever is a febrile illness of humans in Africa, Asia, Australia, Middle East, Eastern Europe, Scandinavia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, transmitted by culicine mosquitoes and is caused by the Sindbis virus. Sun, 20 May 2007 07:41:02 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/sindbis-fever.html O'nyong'nyong fever http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/o039nyong039nyong-fever.html O'nyong'nyong fever is caused by O'nyong'nyong virus and is causing epidemics in Africa time after time. Sun, 20 May 2007 07:31:16 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/o039nyong039nyong-fever.html Aedes (Aedimorphus) vexans (Inland Floodwater Mosquito) http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/inland-floodwater-mosquito.html Aedes vexans (Inland Floodwater Mosquito) is capable of carrying the West Nile Virus, but does not play a significant role in transmission in this area. Sun, 13 May 2007 08:31:46 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/inland-floodwater-mosquito.html Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (The asian tiger mosquito) http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/asian-tiger-mosquito.html Aedes albopictus is also known as the Asian tiger mosquito and is associated with the transmission of dengue fever, eastern equine encephalitis and heartworm. Sun, 13 May 2007 08:29:23 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/asian-tiger-mosquito.html Anopheles (Cellia) gambiae http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/anopheles-gambiae.html Anopheles gambiae is the major vector of Plasmodium falciparum in Africa and is one of the most efficient malaria vectors in the world. Every year, more than 500 million people become severely ill with malaria, with most cases and deaths occurring in sub-Saharan Africa. Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and parts of Europe are also affected. Sun, 13 May 2007 03:46:51 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/anopheles-gambiae.html Mosquito nets http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-nets.html Mosquito nets offer essential protection against mosquitoes, flies and other insects, especially in territories where malaria, Dengue fever or West Nile virus are spread. It stops many insects from biting and disturbing the person, but allows air to flow freely. Sun, 6 May 2007 13:40:22 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-nets.html Mosquito granules http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-granules.html There are several mosquito control products used in the form of granules, but having different effects on those pests. One effect is adult mosquito repelling, while another – killing of mosquito larvae. Sun, 6 May 2007 03:50:09 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-granules.html Mosquito bite questions http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-questions-answers/mosquito-bite-question.html Please write your mosquito bite related questions and we will try to provide quality answers as soon as possible. Sun, 6 May 2007 01:47:40 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-questions-answers/mosquito-bite-question.html Mosquito dunks http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-dunks.html Mosquito dunks are yet another weapon for fighting those annoying and dangerous creatures. This product is intended to get rid your surroundings of mosquitoes even before they grow up to become adults and is usually used as a part in integrated mosquito elimination programs. Wed, 2 May 2007 22:49:23 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-dunks.html Culex pipiens http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito/culex-pipiens.html Secure in the raft, each Culex pipiens mosquito embryo develops with its head down, resting against a line of fracture encircling its shell. Mon, 30 Apr 2007 01:00:06 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito/culex-pipiens.html Mosquito coils http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-coils.html Burning mosquito coils is one of the most popular ways to reduce mosquito bites in many tropical and subtropical countries, especially Asia. Despite their effectiveness, mosquito coils should be used with caution and according to label instructions. Thu, 26 Apr 2007 01:48:47 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-coils.html Mosquito fogger http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-fogger.html Mosquito foggers work by spraying insecticide in air in fine droplets. Microscopic fog particles are produced that can penetrate even through dense foliage. Usually the effect of sprayed insecticide lasts for several hours and has to be reapplied. Mosquito foggers are helpful in clearing wide areas of annoying insects and could be applied in backyards, gardens, lawns or other outdoors and indoors areas. Sat, 21 Apr 2007 05:09:25 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-fogger.html Mosquito insecticides http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-insecticides.html Insecticides are growing increasingly unpopular due to well-founded concerns over the safety. Many municipalities are now banning their use as a result of new research that suggests many popular... Fri, 20 Apr 2007 09:02:31 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-insecticides.html The coolest gadget so far - Mosquito Killer machine http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-killer-gadget.html This is probably the coolest gadget for the ones that hate mosquitos and are able to spend $200 in order to get rid of anoying buzzing. Mon, 16 Apr 2007 06:53:57 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-killer-gadget.html Mosquito bite prevention http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-prevention.html Mosquitos are lively between the hours of sunset and sunrise. If stayed inside throughout these hours, one will evade the main mosquito feeding time. It is recommended to keep pets indoors too. Tue, 3 Apr 2007 00:12:12 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-prevention.html Has anybody died from mosquito bite yet? http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/has-anybody-died-from-mosquito-bite-yet.html If that kind of thought crossed your mind, I should say, this is a very good question. I haven’t heard any of the cases when a mosquito bite would be fatal. But let’s have a clear distinction between a mosquito bite and a bee sting. Tue, 3 Apr 2007 00:09:11 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/has-anybody-died-from-mosquito-bite-yet.html Mosquito bite treatment http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-treatment.html If you reside where there are mosquitos likelihood that you'll be bitten eventually and experience the unpleasant consequences - ruddiness, swelling and that miserable burning and itching that lasts for days! Tue, 3 Apr 2007 00:08:03 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-treatment.html Mosquito bite reaction http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-reaction.html "normal" reaction to a mosquito bite can vary. Some people will have only a small area of redness, swelling and itching that typically goes away within 24 hours. Tue, 3 Apr 2007 00:06:30 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-reaction.html About mosquito bite http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/about-mosquito-bite.html When mosquito bites it injects it's saliva, an anti-coagulant into it's victim to prevent a person or animal's blood from clotting. Our body's auto-immune response to this causes an itching. Tue, 3 Apr 2007 00:05:07 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/about-mosquito-bite.html Mosquito bite video http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-video.html Watch a mosquito bite video - how a blood sucking mosquito bites it's victim three times in a row. Tue, 3 Apr 2007 00:03:27 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-video.html Mosquito bite symptom http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-symptom.html This symptom information has been gathered from a variety of sources. Symptoms of Mosquito bite may be different on an person basis for every patient. Mon, 2 Apr 2007 23:58:57 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/mosquito-bite-symptom.html Prevent mosquito bite http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/prevent-mosquito-bite.html Even in a well-screened house, when traveling in areas of mosquito-borne diseases, the usage of a flying insect killer spray to insure the safety of your sleeping spot could be also a good idea. Mon, 2 Apr 2007 23:56:00 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/prevent-mosquito-bite.html Why mosquitos bite? http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/why-mosquito-bite.html Find out everything about mosquito bite - why and how do mosquitos bite? Why mosquito bite iches? What type of people mosquitoes like to bite most? Mon, 2 Apr 2007 23:54:42 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite/why-mosquito-bite.html Mosquito bite disease http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/about-deseases/mosquito-bite-disease.html There are not much of mosquito bite diseases that are commonly known and widely spread. Despite that there is infection possibility (diseases) that could be transferred with mosquito bite. Mon, 2 Apr 2007 10:09:04 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/about-deseases/mosquito-bite-disease.html Mosquito facts http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-facts.html Find out everything about mosquito bite - why and how do mosquitos bite? Why mosquito bite iches? What type of people mosquitoes like to bite most? Tue, 27 Mar 2007 03:28:36 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-facts.html Mosquito information http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-information.html Mosquito information: mosquito adults are small, flying, midgelike insects. Female mosquitoes can be differentiated from similar insects by the presence of a long slender proboscis. Tue, 27 Mar 2007 03:27:20 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-information.html Scientific name for mosquito http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/scientific-mosquito-name.html Each mosquito species has a Latin scientific name, such as Anopheles quadrimaculatus. Anopheles is the "generic" name of a group of closely related mosquitoes and quadrimaculatus is the "species" name that characterizes a group of individuals that are similar in structure and physiology and capable of interbreeding. Tue, 27 Mar 2007 03:22:02 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/scientific-mosquito-name.html Mosquito history http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-hostory.html Mosquito history: Interesting facts about mosquitos: There are over three thousand different kinds of mosquitoes in the world. Most live in the tropics, but some even live in the Arctic. Tue, 27 Mar 2007 03:19:29 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-hostory.html Mosquito myths http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-myths.html There are tons of mosquito related myths out there! Do mosquitoes transmit HIV? Do certain plants repel mosquitoes? Do mosquitoes really prefer pregnant women? The answer is yes to only one of those questions… Tue, 27 Mar 2007 03:17:11 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-myths.html Mosquito overwintering http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-overwintering.html In different regions of the World mosquitoes can employ different overwintering strategies that mostly depend on environmental conditions there Tue, 27 Mar 2007 03:08:36 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-overwintering.html Mosquito life cycle http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-life-cycle.html The life cycle of the mosquito lasts from one to several weeks, depending on the temperature of the environment and the particular species’ characteristics. Tue, 27 Mar 2007 03:06:36 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-life-cycle.html Mosquito body http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-body.html Like all insects, the mosquito has three basic body parts: head, thorax, and abdomen. The sensors and the biting apparatus are located in the head. Tue, 27 Mar 2007 03:03:43 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-body.html Mosquito species http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-species_.html There are approximately 2,700 different species of mosquitoes throughout the world, and the United States is home to 150 varieties. Species will vary in appearance, location, feeding habits. Tue, 27 Mar 2007 02:56:49 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-species_.html Mosquito habitats http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-habitats.html Mosquito habitats - Coastal salt marshes serve as breeding ground for several species of mosquitoes. Areas such as depressions and neglected ditches can breed millions of mosquitoes during the course of a summer. Tue, 27 Mar 2007 02:53:14 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-habitats.html Mosquito F.A.Q. http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-faq.html Mosquito FAQ's covering everything about mosquitos - dodo you know, that there are over three thousand different kinds of mosquitoes in the world. Most live in the tropics, but some even live in the Arctic. Tue, 27 Mar 2007 02:49:34 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquitos/mosquito-faq.html Squashed mosquito pictures http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-pictures/squashed-mosquito-pictures.html People sometimes have quite strange hobbies or occupations. What would you say if we told you about a man making pictures of squashed mosquitos, maggots, ticks and other crawling creatures? Tue, 27 Mar 2007 02:21:11 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-pictures/squashed-mosquito-pictures.html Bite pictures (Mosquito) http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite-pictures/bite-pictures-mosquito.html We present you with the high quality mosquito bite pictures never seen before. The mosquito bite series from the very begining till the very filnal outcme - the pimple (blotch) Mon, 26 Mar 2007 23:51:18 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite-pictures/bite-pictures-mosquito.html Kill Mosquito http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/kill-mosquito.html Another funny mosquito game. As usual - kill as much mosquito as you can, without letting them bite you. As far as I know, no one has ever reached level 10 :) Remember it's just a game :) Mon, 26 Mar 2007 13:35:01 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/kill-mosquito.html Mosquito Blaster http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/mosquito-blaster.html Mosquito game with the funny name :) Move arroung the pond and kill as much mosquitos as you can. Don't forget - the larger mosquito, the harder you get bitten :) Mon, 26 Mar 2007 13:31:48 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/mosquito-blaster.html Mosquito behavior http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-videos/mosquito-behavior.html The clips were taken from an educational video tape created and filmed by Wayne J. Crans and Anthony A. DiEdwardo at Rutgers University. Thu, 22 Mar 2007 12:53:54 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-videos/mosquito-behavior.html Coolest mosquito game http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/coolest-mosquito-game.html Seriously, this is the coolest and most addictive game I have seen so far. The purpose of the game is to bite victim and to deliver blood – check yourself and good luck. Wed, 21 Mar 2007 16:39:25 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-games/coolest-mosquito-game.html Anopheles stephensi http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/anopheles-stephensi.html Anopheles stephensi is the major vector of human malaria in Middle East and South Asia region, and belongs to the same subgenus as Anopheles gambiae, the main malaria vector in Africa. Wed, 21 Mar 2007 02:31:50 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/anopheles-stephensi.html Natural mosquito bite remedies http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite-remedy/natural-mosquito-bite-remedy/natural-mosquito-bite-remedies.html You probably won't need to plant this home remedy because it is a very common weed, often growing in compacted soil along sidewalks and driveways. Fri, 9 Mar 2007 02:24:11 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite-remedy/natural-mosquito-bite-remedy/natural-mosquito-bite-remedies.html Malaria http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/malaria.html Malaria is not a public health concern in North America, but people who travel to or have lived in other areas of the world may be at risk and should be familiar with the symptoms of the disease and the drugs used to prevent infection. Fri, 9 Mar 2007 02:23:04 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/malaria.html Anopheles quadrimaculatus (Common Malaria Mosquito) http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/malaria-mosquito.html Anopheles quadrimaculatus (Common Malaria Mosquito) is most abundant in the south-eastern states, but is occasionally found in South Dakota. The Dakotas represent the northwestern boundary of this Anopheles species' territory. Fri, 9 Mar 2007 02:14:53 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/malaria-mosquito.html Information systems in mosquito control http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/information-systems-in-mosquito-control.html Rapid increase in satellite technologies during the several decades has facilitated the use of various information technologies for investigations of arthropod pests and vectors of diseases, such as malaria. Fri, 9 Mar 2007 02:09:45 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/information-systems-in-mosquito-control.html Mosquito fish video http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/natural-mosquito-control/mosquito-fish-video.html It is not a myth. The mosquito fish indeed exists. Watch this educating mosquito fish video and see for yourself. Tue, 27 Feb 2007 23:14:11 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/natural-mosquito-control/mosquito-fish-video.html How mosquitos spread diseases http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/about-deseases/mosquitos-spread-diseases.html Mosquitoes can spread disease only when they bite their victim. Although it is commonly called a "bite", the process is actually a piercing-sucking action. Wed, 21 Feb 2007 01:02:42 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/about-deseases/mosquitos-spread-diseases.html History of mosquito transmitted diseases http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/about-deseases/mosquito-born-disease-history.html In the upper Midwest, in the late 1800's it was necessary to hire two crews for each logging camp, because it was not unusual for half of the workers to be out at any one time with malaria. Wed, 21 Feb 2007 01:02:07 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/about-deseases/mosquito-born-disease-history.html The mosquito magnet http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-magnet/the-mosquito-magnet2.html M0SQUIT0ES D0 EXHIBIT BL00D-SUCKING PREFERENCES, SAY THE EXPERTS. "0NE IN 10 PE0PLE ARE HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE T0 M0SQUIT0ES," Thu, 25 Jan 2007 11:33:27 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-magnet/the-mosquito-magnet2.html Mosquito zappers and trappers http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-zapper/mosquito-zappers-trappers.html The same mosquito traping technology used by research scientists is now available for home use. There are a wide variety of traps and zappers available on the market, with equally varying effectiveness. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:56:05 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-zapper/mosquito-zappers-trappers.html Mosquito plant http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/natural-mosquito-control/mosquito-plant.html The Mosquito Plant is a genetically engineered geranium hybrid with a unique characteristic: it repels mosquitoes! Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:53:23 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/natural-mosquito-control/mosquito-plant.html Mosquito fish http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/natural-mosquito-control/mosquito-fish.html Mosquito fish are furnished without charge for stocking ornamental ponds, unused or "out-of-order" swimming pools, and animal water troughs. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:52:49 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/natural-mosquito-control/mosquito-fish.html Home remedy mosquito bite instructions http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite-remedy/home-remedy-for-mosquito-bite/home-remedy-mosquito-bite-instructions.html 11 easy steps on how to treat a mosquito bite. 1st. Wash the infected area with soap and water as soon as you recognize that you've been bitten. Try to keep the site clean and dry until the irritation abates. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:49:42 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-bite-remedy/home-remedy-for-mosquito-bite/home-remedy-mosquito-bite-instructions.html Homemade mosquito repellents http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/homemade-mosquito-repellent.html Watching a mosquito buzzing around your child is a different experience than it used to be! Here are some effective and safer alternatives for both your body and the outside environment. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:46:00 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/homemade-mosquito-repellent.html Natural and Plant-Derived Repellents and Products http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-plant.html Thousands of plants have been tested as potential sources of insect repellents. None of the plant-derived chemicals tested to date demonstrate the broad effectiveness and duration of DEET... Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:44:54 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control-products/mosquito-plant.html Mosquito bite prevention, mosquito control http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/mosquito-bite-prevention.html There are a wide array of products on the market designed to either repel or kill mosquitoes. Unfortunately, the vast majority of products simply don't work, or have a negligible impact on preventing mosquito bites and irritations. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:37:12 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/mosquito-bite-prevention.html Adult mosquito control http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/adult-mosquito-control.html Mosquito breeding sites are not always obvious or accessible so some nearby sources will remain undetected or impractical to treat. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:36:30 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/adult-mosquito-control.html Mosquito larval control http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/mosquito-larval-control.html Use of a mosquito larvicide may be beneficial when it is impractical to eliminate a breeding site. Larvicides are insecticides which are used to control immature mosquitoes before they have a chance to develop into biting adults. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:35:54 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-control1/mosquito-larval-control.html The Mosquito Magnet: Weapon of Mosquito Destruction http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-magnet/the-mosquito-magnet.html The person who invented this cross between a barbecue and a motorboat really hates mosquitoes! Lucky for us, he or she also had a dislike for insecticide and these glowing traps that vaporize insect dust in the air we breathe. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:32:32 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-magnet/the-mosquito-magnet.html Wi-Fi mosquito killer coming to a porch near you http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-magnet/mosquito-killer.html A biotechnology company with a specialty in killing mosquitoes is turning to wireless technology and computers to make a killing for itself. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:30:53 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-magnet/mosquito-killer.html Are You a Mosquito Magnet? http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-magnet/are-you-mosquito-magnet.html Experts try to crack the code behind why mosquitoes like some humans more than others. Very interesting article by By Elizabeth Heubeck, M.A. Reviewed by Ann Edmundson, MD. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:29:55 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/mosquito-magnet/are-you-mosquito-magnet.html Psorophora cyanescens http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/psorophora-cyanescens.html The Psorophora cyanescens is a very attractive mosquito with blue bands on its abdomen and entirely black tarsi. It is found in southern states north into Illinois and Indiana, and is abundant in Oklahoma. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:28:06 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/psorophora-cyanescens.html Psorophora ciliata (Gallinipper) http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/psorophora-ciliata.html This (Gallinipper) species is found throughout the eastern part of the United States from Mexico to Canada. Its large size and vicious bite make this species a very annoying mosquito. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:27:33 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/psorophora-ciliata.html Ochlerotatus (Aedes) triseriatus http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/ochlerotatus-triseriatus.html Ochlerotatus triseriatus (Eastern Treehole Mosquito) is widely distributed east of the Rocky Mountains and inhabits all of the Southeastern States. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:25:46 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/ochlerotatus-triseriatus.html Ochlerotatus (Aedes) sollicitans http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/ochlerotatus-sollicitans.html Larvae of the Ochlerotatus sollicitans (Saltmarsh Mosquito) are more typically found in salt marshes in coastal areas, however, they can also develop in more inland areas associated with brackish water swamps. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:24:47 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/ochlerotatus-sollicitans.html Ochlerotatus (Aedes) fitchii http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/ochlerotatus-fitchii.html Ochlerotatus fitchii females are medium-sized mosquitoes that are brown and yellowish-white in color. Ochlerotatus fitchii ranges throughout the northern United States and Southern portion of Canada Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:23:48 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/ochlerotatus-fitchii.html Ochlerotatus (Aedes) dorsalis http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/ochlerotatus-dorsalis.html Ochlerotatus dorsalis is found abundantly in western South Dakota along with Ae. vexans. It can be differentiated from Ae. vexans by the yellowish-white scales covering their body. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:22:49 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/ochlerotatus-dorsalis.html Ochlerotatus (Aedes) canadensis http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/ochlerotatus-canadensis.html Ochlerotatus canadensis is found in all but the Southwestern states and most of Canada. They breed mainly in small, tree-shaded ponds with dead vegetation. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:21:48 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/ochlerotatus-canadensis.html Culiseta inornata http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culiseta-inornata.html Culiseta inornata is found throughout South Dakota. Females seem to prefer domesticated animals as the source of blood, but will also feed on humans during the active months of late spring. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:21:15 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culiseta-inornata.html Culex territans http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culex-territans.html This species is similar to the Culex pipiens and Culex restuans in color and size, it can be differentiated from these species by its abdominal markings. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:20:11 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culex-territans.html Culex tarsalis http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culex-tarsalis.html Culex tarsalis is a very common mosquito in most states west of the Mississippi, and is considered to be the most important vector of viral encephalitis to horses and humans in the western states. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:18:59 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culex-tarsalis.html Culex restuans http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culex-restuans.html The appearance, habits, and distribution of Culex restuans is somewhat similar to that of Cx. pipiens. Culex restuans has two silvery dots on the scutum that are not present on Cx. pipiens... Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:17:35 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culex-restuans.html Coquillettidia perturbans http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/coquillettidia-perturbans.html Coquillettidia perturbans is the only species of this genus found in South Dakota and produces only one generation per year. This species is found more commonly in the eastern and southern states... Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:16:30 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/coquillettidia-perturbans.html Culex pipiens http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culex-pipiens.html Culex pipiens is small or medium in size with brown or yellowish coloration. Some of the identifying marks of this species are narrow well defined pale bands at the base of the abdominal segments; Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:15:44 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culex-pipiens.html Culex erraticus http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culex-erraticus.html Not much is known about the biology of Culex erraticus. It is found mainly in the southeastern United States. It overwinters as an adult female and lays its eggs on the leaves of aquatic plants in permanent water. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:14:19 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/culex-erraticus.html Anopheles walkeri http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/anopheles-walkeri.html Anopheles walkeri resemble An. quadrimaculatus, but are somewhat darker, have narrow white rings on their palpi, and their wing spots are less pronounced than those of the An. quadrimaculatus. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:12:15 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/anopheles-walkeri.html Anopheles punctipennis http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/anopheles-punctipennis.html Anopheles punctipennis can probably be found in all of the contiguous states within the United States, and the larvae can live in a wide variety of habitats but prefer cool water. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:09:39 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/anopheles-punctipennis.html Aedes cinereus http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/aedes-cinereus.html The larvae of this species prefers shallow woodland pools or margins of large ponds, and because its flight range is limited, the females tend to be found near these areas. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:06:31 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/aedes-cinereus.html Heartworm FAQs http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-animal-diseases/heartworm-desease.html Your dog can get heartworm disease, whether he's an "outside" dog or even if he stays inside most of the time. Dogs get heartworm disease from mosquitoes. It is the female mosquito that bites and transmits the infection. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:02:30 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-animal-diseases/heartworm-desease.html West Nile Virus http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-animal-diseases/west-nile-virus.html West Nile Virus was first found in the United States in 1999. The virus was previously found only in parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa. It was probably introduced into this country by an infected bird or mosquito. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:01:36 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-animal-diseases/west-nile-virus.html Heathworm http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-animal-diseases/heathworm.html Dirofilaria immitis is the basic cause of the heartworm disease, worm-like parasites that are better known as heartworms. The disease may occur in your pet dog or cat. It is a very severe disease. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:58:52 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-animal-diseases/heathworm.html St. Louis Encephalitis (SLE) http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/st-louis-encephalitis.html By the bite of a mosquito (primarily the Culex species) that become infected with St. Louis encephalitis virus (a flavivirus antigenically related to Japanese encephalitis virus). Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:54:41 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/st-louis-encephalitis.html Eastern Equine Encephalitis Basics http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/eastern-equine-encephalitis-basics.html EEE is maintained in a transmission cycle involving Culiseta melanura mosquitoes and birds. People and horses are infected by other mosquito species that feed on the infected birds and subsequently feed on mammals. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:54:09 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/eastern-equine-encephalitis-basics.html Western Equine Encephalitis Basics http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/western-equine-encephalitis.html WEE is normally maintained between Culex tarsalis mosquitoes and birds. People and horses are bitten by Cx. tarsalis during the late summer months (mid-July through early September) in wet years when this mosquito is produced in abundance. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:53:21 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/western-equine-encephalitis.html West Nile Virus (WNV) http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/west-nile-virus.html West Nile virus is a disease transmitted not only to people, but also to animals. It is the most commonly reported mosquito-transmitted disease in Minnesota. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:52:41 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/west-nile-virus.html Rift Valley Fever http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/rift-valley-fever.html Rift Valley fever (RVF) is an acute, fever-causing viral disease that affects domestic animals (such as cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats, and camels) and humans. RVF is most commonly associated with mosquito-borne epidemics during years of unusually heavy rainfall. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:51:32 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/rift-valley-fever.html LaCrosse Encephalitis (LAC) http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/lacrosse-encephalitis.html LaCrosse encephalitis information. Including transmission, prevention, signs and symptoms, and answers to frequently asked questions. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:48:18 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/mosquito-transmitted-human-diseases/lacrosse-encephalitis.html Mosquito to fight malaria http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/about-deseases/mosquito-to-fight-malaria.html European scientists have identified a new way to stop malaria in its tracks. Instead of preventing the malaria parasite from infecting humans, they could instead stop the parasite from infecting the mosquito that spreads the lethal disease. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:45:57 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/about-deseases/mosquito-to-fight-malaria.html The encephalitides http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/about-deseases/encephalitides.html In the United States there are now about seven primary mosquito-borne viruses that are capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier in humans and other animals, causing an acute infection of the central nervous system. Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:44:43 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-diseases/about-deseases/encephalitides.html Mosquito repellent OFF http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/repellent/mosquito-repellent-off.html Fri, 5 Jan 2007 00:49:13 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/control-mosquito/repellent/mosquito-repellent-off.html Mosquito suunto http://allmosquitos.com/others/mosquito-suunto.html Fri, 5 Jan 2007 00:31:54 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/others/mosquito-suunto.html Orthopodomyia signifera http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/Orthopodomyia-signifera.html Although it is not known for sure, signifera probably overwinters as larvae. It is not known to feed on humans. Mon, 13 Nov 2006 07:55:53 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/Orthopodomyia-signifera.html Ochlerotatus (Aedes) trivittatus http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/Ochlerotatus-trivittatus.html Larvae are often hard to find because they spend extended times hiding at the bottom of the pool. Tue, 7 Nov 2006 07:26:38 GMT http://allmosquitos.com/mosquito-species/Ochlerotatus-trivittatus.html