Mosquitoes are absolutely a health threat for human being as they transmit a lot of harmful disease like dengue, yellow fever, malaria, Chikun Gunya, filarial, etc. So, this is quite vital to reduce the mosquito populations around your home and also other living and recreational areas.
So, one of the paramount ways of reducing the mosquitoes is mosquito control. This specific process must be completed in every corner of your house, your garden, surrounding o your house, your area, village and city and everywhere.
The adult female mosquitoes feed on the blood of humans, this is very important for them for producing eggs. In their nascent stages, they are found colonizing in standing, stagnant, water. The larvae grow in this stagnant water. The adult female mosquitoes transmit many dangerous diseases when they bite and suck blood from Humans. As they move from one human to another, they transfer the diseases, making them extremely contagious.
• Malaria: Malaria is a severe disease that is caused by the parasitic infectivity of the red blood cells, causing it to be fatal at times. Malaria can be contracted by the bite of the polluted Anopheles mosquito.
• Dengue fever: The mosquitoes which are responsible for spreading dengue fever are found in containers that hold standing water, they bite through the day, not only in the evenings like the other species of mosquito. People infected with this virus may experience high fever, severe headache, pain in the muscles and joints, rashes on the body and weakness.
Troubling signs of mosquito breeding in and around your houses include the constant buzzing of the female mosquitoes and their bites on your body.
People are differently affected by these bites, some may form a rash or some may see swelling and inflammation around the bite area. You can see larvae of mosquitoes lying in standing collected water around your premises.
Life Cycle of Mosquito
The pupa lives in the water but no longer feeds. Finally, the mosquito emerges from pupal case right after two days to a week in the pupal stage. The life cycle typically takes up almost two weeks, but depending on conditions, this can range from 4 days to as long as a month. There are different types of mosquitoes, which are responsible for various diseases.
Culex pipiens is the species of blood-feeding mosquito of the family Culicidae. This is a vector for the diseases including Japanese encephalitis and filariasis and it causes acute swelling and fever. It has been found in such polluted water like septic tanks, drains, gutters, etc.
Aedes aegypti, the yellow fever mosquito, is the mosquito, which can actually spread dengue fever, chikungunya, Zika fever, Mayaro and yellow fever viruses, and some other disease agents. They are also found in clean waters like pots, empty bottles, old tyres, water cooler and flower vases. This insect is the day bitter along with an identification of a sharp pain.