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Mosquito is one of the most dangerous animals in this world. Do not take their presence lightly.


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They are one of the most dangerous species of insect in the world. With an estimated number of 700,000 deaths in just one year. In addition to that, they are a major health hazard carrying viruses and other parasites. They spread mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue fever, yellow fever, malaria, chikungunya and zika virus.

Unfortunately, controlling the spread of the diseases is harder because of the world population growth. Hot, humid environments are most amenable to their growth and survival. Thus, long term infestations can occur easily in tropical areas. They thrive in different places and reproduce well even outside their natural home.

Most of these species use containers of stagnant water as egg-deposit sites. Getting a Professional Pest Control Services is your best bet to rid of your mosquito problem permanently.

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Lifecycle, Diet & All

Mosquito Characteristic

They go through 4 stages before becoming an adult mosquito: Eggs, larvae, pupa and finally, an adult. Most females lay their eggs in the water. Nevertheless, the eggs can still survive without water for a long period. Larvae and pupa, on the other hand, cannot survive without water.

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Mosquito Bites

Not all species transmit diseases. In fact, only some will transmit disease if it has fed the blood of an infected person or host. Its sharp tip proboscis (straw-like mouth) will pierce through a human or host skin after sensing the carbon dioxide. From there it will be able to locate the blood vessel and release saliva into the bite.

This allows them to keep drawing the blood accordingly. Our body immune system is able to detect their saliva and produce histamine to fight it. The histamine will cause your blood vessel to react, resulting to bumps to appear. Everyone has different reactions to bites depending on the species.

Some will develop a puffy and reddish bump. Some can develop a hard, reddish-brown swell and in some cases, the host develops a bruise like swelling from the bites. Their bites itch and can lead you to start scratching the bump thus, causing skin irritation. Prevent mosquito bites by applying repellent and wear long pants and sleeves during outdoor activities.

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Signs of Mosquito Infestation

When bitten, the area can get itchy and lead to an allergic reaction. Moreover, their buzzing sound can also be disturbing. Since they are small, it can be hard to tell whether they have infestation in your property or not. Fortunately, there are some indications to look out for if they have start invading.

Red Zone

They do not reside in nest or build colony instead gather in areas like ponds, marshes, swamps and various wetland. They prefer to inhabit the forested area like parks and gardens that offer plenty of breeding spots.

Breeding Spots

Mosquitoes breed in tin cans, pots, plants stem, discarded tires, plastic containers and more. They do not acquire much stagnant water to start the process.

Live Presence

If you have stagnant standing water in your property, it can attract female. If you see eggs present, it is an indication that mosquito population have started breeding in your area.


If the female is present, there is a high chance of her biting you because she requires blood to reproduce. If you notice that the bites are getting more constant, it means that there is an infestation.

These are the types of Mosquitoes commonly found in Singapore

Types Of Mosquitoes

Approximately, there are about 3000 to 3500 mosquito species exist in the world. People in the United States believe that there are about 176 species. Mosquitoes in Singapore pose a threat and health risk. In 2020, the National Environment Agency reported at least 26,000 dengue cases. 

Aedes Aegypti Mosquito

Both the aegypti and albopictus species feed on people and animals for blood to lay eggs. These types that do not typically fly long distances, they can still cover a few blocks throughout their lifespan. They particular prefer living close to humans and biting them, spread diseases like dengue, yellow fever, chikungunya, and zika. They thrive in homes or nearby wooded areas and people can find them both indoors and outdoors.

Anopheles Mosquito

They appear to be black to darker brown in colour and spread malaria. These mosquito active time to bite people are during the evening or at night. They tend to stay within approximately 1.2 miles (2 km) of their larval habitats. During the day, they seek out dark and sheltered areas for resting.

Culex Mosquito

Culex pipiens appear to be brown to darker brown in appearance and spread west nile virus and Japanese encephalitis. They have a limited flying range, observers have seen them fly distances of up to 2 miles (3.2 km). Because of their blood-feeding habits, they tend to reside outdoors or near residential areas.


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