Mosquitoes (Culex species and others)
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One of the best known summer pests in Springfield Missouri, mosquitoes breed in stagnant water or soft soil and can develop from egg to adult in 10 to 14 days.
Color: Varies; Pale brown with whitish stripes across abdomen
Shape: Narrow Oval
Female mosquitoes suck our blood. Male mosquitoes feed on plant nectars. They can develop from egg to adult in 10 to 14 days. They are most active from dusk to dawn and will fly up to 14 miles for a blood meal.
Mosquitoes breed in stagnant water sources such as storm drains, old tires, children’s wading pools and birdbaths.
Mosquitoes are well-known to spread diseases such as the Zika Virus, West Nile Virus, malaria and dengue fever.
Eliminate or reduce Springfield, Missouri mosquito breeding sites by replacing all standing water at least once a week. This includes bird baths, ponds and unfiltered pools. Remove unneeded vegetation or trash from around any standing water sources that cannot be changes, dumped or removed. Introduce mosquito-eating fish such as gambusia, green sunfish, bluegills and minnows to standing water. Screen windows, doors and other openings with mesh. Avoid going outdoors when and where mosquitoes are most active, during dusk or dawn. Use insect repellent containing DEET on exposed skin whenever or wherever mosquitoes are likely to bite.
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