Some amazing Unknown Information About Mosquitoes

in #mosquitoes3 years ago


source my youtube channel
Hello steemains.good evening.Today i share a informational video for you.i hope you like this video.i request you for watch this exclusive video.

Ah, mosquitoes, the insects that are universally hated the world over. These pesky, disease-carrying pests make a living by sucking the blood out of just about anything that moves, including us. But take a moment to look at things from the mosquito's perspective. Mosquitoes are actually interesting creatures, as demonstrated by these 10 fascinating facts.

More deaths are associated with mosquitoes than any other animal on the planet. Mosquitoes may carry any number of deadly diseases, including malaria, dengue fever, yellow fever, and encephalitis. Mosquitoes also carry heartworm which can be lethal to your dog.

Mosquitoes mean nothing personal when they take your blood. Female mosquitoes need protein for their eggs, and must take a blood meal in order to reproduce. Since males don't bear the burden of producing young, they'll avoid you completely and head for the flowers instead. And when not trying to produce eggs, females are happy to stick to nectar, too.

Not all mosquito species feed on people. Some mosquitoes specialize on other animals, and are no bother to us at all. Culiseta melanura, for example, bites birds almost exclusively, and rarely bites humans.

Another mosquito species, Uranotaenia sapphirina, is known to feed on reptiles and amphibians.

Mosquitoes average a flight speed of 1 to 1.5 miles per hour. That might sound fast, but they're not setting any insect speed records. If a race were held between all the flying insects, nearly every other contestant would beat the pokey mosquito.

Butterflies, locusts, and honey bees would all finish well ahead of the skeeter.

This would explain that irritating buzzing sound you hear just before a mosquito lands on you and bites.

Scientists once thought that only male mosquitoes could hear the wing beats of their potential mates, but recent research on Aedes aegypti mosquitoes proved females listen for lovers, too. When the male and female meet, their buzzing synchronizes to the same speed.

Most mosquitoes emerge from their watery breeding ground and stay pretty close to home. But some, like the salt marsh mosquitoes, will fly lengthy distances to find a suitable place to live, with all the nectar and blood they could want to drink.

Just a few inches of water is all it takes for a female to deposit her eggs. Tiny mosquito larva develop quickly in bird baths, roof gutters, and old tires dumped in vacant lots. Some species can breed in puddles left after a rainstorm. If you want to keep mosquitoes under control around your home, you need to be vigilant about dumping any standing water every few days.

Few probably make it that long, given our tendency to slap them silly when they land on us. But in the right circumstances, an adult mosquito has quite a long life expectancy, as bugs go.

Carbon dioxide, which humans and other animals produce, is the key signal to mosquitoes that a potential blood meal is near. They've developed a keen sensitivity to CO2 in the air. Once a female senses CO2 in the vicinity, she flies back and forth through the CO2 plume until she locates her victim.i hope you watch and read this post.thanks everyone.

I hope you upvote and comment my post.
DQmWpisRXDF56mV3DgzzPUxb3R2ozseR48YVr2YKtwtrBcV (1).gif

Sort:  

Thanks for this post sharing..... i appreciate this blog. best of luck dear friend

thanks

Most welcome...dear....

Wow nunca pensé esto de ellos, gracias por aportar información amigo :D

Nice article. In addition to Co2 mosquitoes are attracted to stinky toes! This is because of the bacteria Brevibacterium epidermidis that lives between your toes and makes your socks smelly. A similar bacteria that gives limburger cheese its smelly odour.
Cheers!

this is very good post, thanks for the information...best of luck

Sneaky Ninja Attack! You have been defended with a 17.07% vote... I was summoned by @cryptomaker! I have done their bidding and now I will vanish...Whoosh

You got a 5.80% upvote from @postpromoter courtesy of @cryptomaker!

Want to promote your posts too? Check out the Steem Bot Tracker website for more info. If you would like to support the development of @postpromoter and the bot tracker please vote for @yabapmatt for witness!

You got upvoted from @adriatik bot! Thank you to you for using our service. We really hope this will hope to promote your quality content!

This post has received gratitude of 4.47 % from @appreciator thanks to: @cryptomaker.

great article with scientific information ::: ^_^ :::

Capture.JPG

Congratulations @cryptomaker, this post is the forth most rewarded post (based on pending payouts) in the last 12 hours written by a User account holder (accounts that hold between 0.1 and 1.0 Mega Vests). The total number of posts by User account holders during this period was 2645 and the total pending payments to posts in this category was $10646.55. To see the full list of highest paid posts across all accounts categories, click here.

If you do not wish to receive these messages in future, please reply stop to this comment.

thank you for this very interesting information

You got a 2.81% upvote from @upyou courtesy of @rcebike!

En materia de mosquitos o zancudos , como les llamamos en nuestros país, Venezuela, nosotros somos más que expertos. Hemos convivido tanto con ellos que casi no los advertimos. Y esa es la razón por la que el Aeddes Aegytus, el patas blancas o el mosquito transmisor del dengue causa tantas muertes entre nosotros.