Identification and Control

Proper identification is an important first step in controlling ants.


How to Identify an 


Mosquitoes are small, flying insects that are typically about 1/4th of an inch long. They have a slender body and long, thin wings. Mosquitoes come in a variety of colors but are most commonly black or brown. They are most easily identified by their long, protruding mouthparts (called proboscis), which they use to suck blood from animals and people.

Where do they come from?

How to keep them out

The best way to deal with mosquitoes is to eliminate their breeding grounds by getting rid of any standing water near your home. You can also use a commercial mosquito repellent to keep them away. Consider screens for your windows and doors. Sonic repellers can occasionally be useful, but not as powerful as chemical repellents.

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What do they look like?

Mosquito feeding on blood
Larvae of a mosquito
Feathered antennae of the mosquito

Where do they live?

Mosquitoes lay eggs in standing or slow-moving water or moist areas that occasionally flood.





Blood (females) and nectar

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