mosquitoes pest control

Mosquito are one of the most dangerous insects that are cause of illness for thousands of people in various countries. Mosquitoes are the well-known pests creating annoying buzz besides diseases carriers affecting millions of people worldwide. Mosquitoes are known from as far back as the Triassic Period – 400 million years ago. There are about 3500 species of mosquitoes and most of them are found in tropical zone countries where they are present on every season of the year. They are known to spread the words most deadly disease like dengue, malaria etc. According to the report of World Health Organization, Malaria kills about a million people each year. Probably we cannot kill each mosquito and vaccines are present for most of the diseases caused by them, the best thing one can do is to educate themselves about these diseases and pest carriers so that preventive measures are taken at the right time.

What Mosquitoes Can Do?

Dengue

engue fever is a mosquito-borne disease caused by the dengue virus. Symptoms typically begin three to fourteen days after infection. This may include a high fever, headache, vomiting, muscle and joint pains, and a characteristic skin rash. Every year, approximately 25,000 people around the world die from dengue fever.

Malaria

Malaria is the most common widespread disease caused by the mosquitos. People who have malaria usually feel very sick with a high fever and shaking chills. According to the report of world Health Organization Malaria infects about 300 to 500 million people every year particularly in Africa, South Asia, South East Asia, Middle East and America.

Yellow Fever

Yellow fever is another deadly disease that is transmitted by the mosquito bite. It is primarily found in the African and the American countries. However it has made its way to Asia also and has affected the large number of people over the years. The yellow refers to the symptoms of jaundice that affect people causing yellow discoloration of the skin and eyes.

Lifecycle of Mosquitoes

Eggs

Only female mosquitoes have the ability to lay eggs. In order to develop eggs, most females need a blood meal. With each blood meal, the female can lay several hundred eggs.

Larvae

Mosquitoes spend as little as 5 days in the larval stage. Depending on the availability of food and environmental conditions, they could spend weeks or even months in the larval stage.

Pupae

Relative to the larval stage, mosquitoes spend much less time in the pupal stage (approximately 1-3 days). Pupae breathe using ‘trumpets’ that penetrate the water’s surface. 

Adult

Once the mosquitoes have reached the adult stage, they will feed on sugar sources, such as nectar. Only the female mosquito will seek out a blood meal so she can successfully develop her eggs.

Facts Abouts Mosquitoes

  • They can develop from eggs to adults in just six to ten days.
  • They are found close to still water, where their larvae feed and develop.
  • They seem to be attracted to dark colors.
  • Mosquitoes will normally bite you at dawn or dusk – or if you’re unlucky, both. That’s when their internal clocks tell them its feeding time.

What can we offer you?

Not all the disease caused by the mosquito have vaccines so one way to prevent from them is to prevent the spread of these disease by reducing the mosquito population around. Killing every mosquito is not practical at all as it will never realistically happen. Therefore, controlling the population is the best solution.

Al Mandhar Pest Control gives proficient assistance, direction, and guidance to dispose of the mosquito problems. Our organization furnishes a quick home conveyance services with the best procedures to guarantee your security. While dispensing with mosquitoes from your property we likewise attempt to cause the least ecological harm. We utilize all the more naturally amicable materials and hardware to dispose of the mosquitoes.

Our Approach

Inspection

Identification

control

Prevention

Contact Al-mandhar pest control to get rid of Mosquitoes