South Florida Mosquitoes During Summer Months
According to Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory, there are currently 80 species of mosquitoes known to have called South Florida home which is the more than any other state in the US. Of these identified species of mosquitoes, 33 are known to have health effects on humans and their pets; with 13 known to carry and transmit pathogens that cause disease in humans and animals. Dengue fever, malaria and the Zika virus are commonly known diseases that can spread by mosquitoes.
Mosquito Life Cycle:
Mosquitoes go through four stages in their lifecycles egg, larva, pupa and adult. The first three stages are largely aquatic in areas that are most accommodating according to the specific species own ecological adaptations.
The average life spans can be as little as 24 hours to as long as several months depending upon species, etc. With this in mind, Florida Pest Control Center has found the best solution is the automatic No Mosquito Misting System , the key to this control is in the frequency of the pyrethrin insecticide misting, our typical misting is for only 59 second duration, but frequent schedules of 5 a.m. , 7 a.m. and then again 5 pm and 7 pm, and if you have a pool party or BBQ at 2 p.m. , no problem, it comes with a digital remote control where you hit mist now, and mister comes on at your command, within only 59 seconds you have the best solution in South Florida for mosquito control.
Mosquitoes use a variety of ways to find their food sources including chemical, visual, and heat sensors. All mosquitoes feed on nectar and plant juices; however, in most species the females have adapted for piercing the skin of animals and humans and sucking their blood as another food source. In many species, the female needs the nutrients from a blood meal in order to produce eggs and others need it to produce more eggs than she would without a blood meal.
Mosquitoes are known to prefer type O blood, heavy breathers, as well as hosts with a lot of skin bacteria, people with a lot of body heat, and the pregnant females.
How to Defend Your Home from Mosquitoes:
The best way to protect yourself, your property and your perimeter from these pesky pests is to make sure there is no standing water around the property. However, if you are looking to completely eliminate mosquitoes contact Florida Pest Control Center where our specialists can help you kill the mosquitoes and protect your family. At Florida Pest Control Center we have specially trained and licensed pest control professionals that can provide a variety of full service pest control solutions with the best services in the industry to help you maintain a safe, pest free home or business. Call us today at 954-945-5050.
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