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St Tammany Mosquito Control Bryan Massery Public Information Specialist
What do you know about mosquitoes ? They bite They live in water They are a nuisance You don’t like them They suck blood They itch
...but did you know? Only female mosquitoes bite Not all water breed mosquitoes Mosquitoes can carry diseases There are approximately 40 different species of mosquitoes in St Tammany Parish
Where do mosquitoes breed? Swamps Marshes Floodwater Freshwater Septic ditches Containers Bird baths Pet bowls Tires Puddles Woodlands Tree holes Flower pots
What do mosquitoes look like?
Mosquito Life Cycle
Egg Raft Mosquitoes can lay up to 400 eggs per egg raft at one time
Larvae Mosquito larvae go through 4 stages of development before they become pupae It takes about 5-10 days to reach the pupal stage depending on the species and weather conditions
Pupae Mosquitoes spend 2-3 days during this stage of development This is the final stage before they become adults Mosquitoes will no longer live in water after this
Adult An adult mosquito feeds on plant nectar the first few days of life Female mosquitoes can live 4-6 weeks, while males only live a few days
Up close and personal
Why Mosquito control? Because of the potential threat that mosquitoes can carry diseases that can make people sick.
What are the Diseases that mosquitoes can carry? EEE SLE WNV Dengue Fever Malaria Dog Heartworms
West Nile Virus (WNV)
How do we know if a mosquito has a disease?
You trap them!
How do we control mosquitoes? AdulticidingLarviciding
St Tammany Mosquito Abatement District Airport Rd, Bldg 23 Slidell, LA
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