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Head and antennae from a male mosquito | by ZEISS Microscopy

Only female mosquitoes bite humans and animals; males feed on flower nectar.-- I hate those blood-sucking females!!... Lol!


Mosquito birth control: Scientists find new way to sterilise mosquitoes in push to prevent Zika, dengue

If scientists have their way, soon controlling mosquitoes that transmit diseases like Zika, dengue and chikungunya through a pioneering method using the nuclear-based sterile insect technique (SIT) would be possible. The SIT is a type of "birth control" wherein wild female insects of the pest

In late 50’s Alain Delon burst on the scene as the breathtakingly good-looking James Dean of French cinema. The 'male Brigitte Bardot' soon proved to be also a magnificent actor in masterpieces by Luchino Visconti and Michelangelo Antonioni including Purple Noon, Rocco and his Brothers, La Samourai & other films.


A male mosquito and his feathered headpiece (his antennal flagellum) on the garden grapevine. Females have less extravagant antennae but are the ones that crave your blood. The fellas just like nectar. #macro #macrophotography #bugs #bug #insect #insects #insectagram #insectsofinstagram #mosquito #nature #naturephotography #torquay #janjuc by tinytorquay


Culex (Mosquito) Antennae The male mosquito has large bushy antennae, which he uses to listen for the buzz of a potential mate. He responds only to the humming frequency given by a female of the same species and will fly in the direction of the sound to mate with her. Male mosquitoes do not bite, but feed on plant juices and flower nectar. Only female mosquitoes bite animals and require a blood meal.


Lentek Mosquito Contro-Portable with Night Light

Lentek Mosquito Contro-Portable with Night Light The Lentek Mosquito Contro-Portable with Night Light helps to clear your home, deck, or campsite of biting mosquitoes with three barely audible frequencies. Two of the frequencies imitate the wing sounds of male mosquitoes and one imitates the wing sounds of the dragonfly, a mosquito predator. Standing just 4.5-inches tall, the ultra-portable MosquitoContro protects a 16-by-16-foot area and will not affect children or household pets.