What are aedes sollicitans mosquitoes?
Aedes sollicitans mosquitoes are also commonly called saltmarsh mosquitoes because they so naturally live around marshy areas. They are medium-sized mosquitoes and have rusty color and white banding around their legs. Like other mosquito species, female Aedes sollicitans require blood meals from people or animals to produce their eggs. Mosquitoes and their ability to bite and spread diseases are why these pests are unwanted on our Massachusetts and New Hampshire properties.
Are aedes sollicitans mosquitoes dangerous?
Mosquitoes are vectors of diseases that make people and our pets ill worldwide. Their ability to spread pathogens and parasites is unmatched, so avoiding contact with these pests as much as possible is a necessity!
Aedes sollicitans play an essential part in the spread of Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) and dog heartworm. Partnering with a professional to reduce mosquito numbers in your New England yard is the best way to keep your family and pets safe.
Why do I have an aedes sollicitans mosquitoes problem?
Compared to many other mosquitoes, Aedes sollicitans mosquitoes have an extensive flight range — more than 20 miles! Their ability to fly long distances means that it is easy for them to find a way to any property that suits their needs.
A source of standing water, sheltered resting spots, flowering landscape plants, and access to people and animals will attract mosquitoes to any outdoor space.
Where will I find aedes sollicitans mosquitoes?
Outside, you'll find Aedes sollicitans mosquitoes in large populations in ditches, marshes, and grassy areas that collect water. They also thrive in wooded areas and fields and, of course, our yards.
In our yards, they will rest during the middle of the day in areas of tall grass or dense vegetation. Females will lay their eggs in low-lying areas that collect rainwater and bite and feed on the human and animal blood. Male and female mosquitoes will feed on the plant nectar from flowers — a mosquito's primary food source.
Aedes sollicitans mosquitoes are most active during the early morning and late afternoon hours. However, if given the opportunity, they will also bite during the day.
How do I get rid of aedes sollicitans mosquitoes?
Partner with Mosquito Busters to keep your property protected from Aedes sollicitans mosquitoes and other outdoor pests. With our help, you will be able to enjoy your backyard without constantly swatting away mosquitoes. We can significantly reduce the number of mosquitoes breeding and feeding in your yard through our traditional or all-natural treatment methods and our specially trained technicians.
To learn more about our effective mosquito control services in Massachusetts or New Hampshire, give us a call today!
How can I prevent aedes sollicitans mosquitoes in the future?
As well as partnering with Mosquito Busters, the following prevention tips will help you limit your contact with Aedes sollicitans mosquitoes.
Regularly empty and refill water in wading pools.
Make sure your lawn has a good drainage system in place.
Make sure your gutters and downspouts are directing rainwater away from the outside of your house and not pooling.
Limit the amount of vegetation you have planted near your home.
Make sure screens in your windows and doors are secure and free of rips and tears to keep these biting insects out of your home.
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