Bama Exterminating Company, Inc., Pest Control, Northport, AL

205-344-9311

205-344-9311

Mosquito Life Cycle

Mosquito Life Cycle

The word “mosquito” is a Spanish or Portuguese in origin and means, “little fly”. Its principal source of food is nectar or a similar sugar source.

Mosquitoes can be annoying and a serious problem to mankind. They interfere with work and can spoil hours of leisure time. Their attacks on farm animals such as cows can cause a loss of weight and decreased milk production. Some mosquitoes are capable of transmitting diseases. Some of the diseases they can transmit include:

-Zika -Heartworm

-West Nile Virus

-Malaria

-Yellow fever

-Chikungunya

-Dengue

-West Nile Virus

The Mosquito Life Cycle
There are 4 stages to their life cycle, which are as follows:

1. Eggs

2. Larvae

3. Pupae

4. Adult

The best time to get mosquito issues under control is during the Larvae and Pupae stages. A
barrier application by Bama Exterminating Company is the best way to do this as well as
eliminating areas/sites conducive to breeding.

Mosquito Prevention and Detection

You can protect yourself and family from mosquitoes by remembering the 3 D’s. They are:

1. Drain- Many mosquito issues come from water filled containers. They must have water to breed so eliminating standing water will help control them.

2. Dress- Wear light colored, loose fitting clothing and when practical wear long sleeves and pants.

3. Defend- Wear a mosquito repellent that has been registered by the Environmental Protection Agency AND get a Mosquito Contract with Bama.

The following page is a list of TIPS for reducing mosquito issues.

** REMEMBER: Bama can handle all this for you and place product where
needed to keep mosquitoes under control!!!!

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