Does a mosquito have another mosquito which lives on it?
No. It is a young mosquito that lives underwater.
mosquito larva live anywhere in water
larvae is another name for a mosquito
The male mosquito lives ten to twenty days.
A mosquito larva which lives below the surface of stagnant water.
A male mosquito is called a mosquito just as its female counterpart. The male mosquito however does not suck blood like the female and lives on nectar.
A mosquito that lives off the blood of mammals and birds is an example of parasitism. They are biting insects that feed on blood.
yes. it injects into human. then when another mosquito bites same human, the plasmodium comes into that mosquito
No, this virus is one that can be transmitted through the bloodstream and not by eating mosquito. hiv lives in the bloodstream of humans and not animals.
Sometimes. A mosquito killer may be a larger mosquito who kills smaller ones, or otherwise could be another bug, bird, ect. that just finds mosquitos tasty.
Plasmodium Vivax is a type of human pathogen that spreads Malaria. It is a protozoal parasite, meaning it lives off another organism. That organism is the mosquito, which then bites a human and spreads the disease.
mosquito larva and mayflies nymph
A wriggler is the larva of a mosquito and it lives in stegnet/still water.
A mosquitos' young lives on water. A houseflys' young live on land. A mosquito feed on blood. A housefly doesn't. Housefly feeds on almost everything while mosquito feeds on nectar of flowers.
No, one injection by the mosquito cause one mosquito bite. However, one mosquito may attck several times or several mosquitoes could be the culprit. Another possibility is that the rash caused by the mosquito bite (or by something the mosquito carried) could spread by scratching.
Yes. Malaria is spread by the bite of the Anopheles mosquito.
Another name for mosquito larva is wiggler. They wiggle between 4 and 14 days in water, but often come up to the surface for oxygen.
dengue virus live for two weeks in nature
The easiest home remedy for killing mosquito larva is to pour out any standing water that has mosquito larva. Another thing you can do is pour bleach into the water.
dragon fly, mosquito,and caimans
Tree frogs, salamanders, snails, flatworms, tiny crabs, mosquito larvae.
It worked for me. I wouldn't say I never had another mosquito bite but it definitely made a difference.
Yes,they can carry disease,West Nile ,Malaria, that is harmful yes mosquito is harmful The Mosquito carries many potentially dangerous diseases and as the move from one person, or animal, to another, they infect the new host with these diseases. The Mosquito with the most infamous reputation is that of the Anopheles genus. In Africa alone this tiny insect kills one child under the age of five every thirty seconds. That totals around 3000 every day… Read More
Both the mosquito and housefly have similar life spans. The housefly usually lives for 48 hours while mosquitoes can live slightly longer.
Mosquitoes are not parasites. A parasite either lives inside another organism (for example, a tapeworm, or some kinds of bacteria) or it makes its permanent home on the outside of another organism (such as ticks, or lice). The mosquito just drinks blood and leaves; this is a form of predation rather than parasitism.
The length of time that a female mosquito lives after biting a human varies depending on if they get hit or not. An adult mosquito can live up to 5 or 6 months.
Whenever one is bitten by a Vector mosquito. The mosquito becomes a vector after it has bitten an dengue infected carrier - usually another Human.
yes it is but the meaning isn't really the same. Mosquito are small flies that are annoying but not the blood sucking type we have another word for those.
No, because it carries your blood to another person.
The title of most deadly insect belongs to the Mosquito, but how does it kill with out venom or poison? The Mosquito carries many potentially dangerous diseases and as the move from one person, or animal, to another, they infect the new host with these diseases. The Mosquito with the most infamous reputation is that of the Anopheles genus. In Africa alone this tiny insect kills one child under the age of five every thirty… Read More
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Mosquitoes go from person to person and if one of the victims has a killing disease and the mosquito drinks it and move onto another person it spreads the disease
I got a mosquito bite about 3 days ago and now its turning deep purple but is barely itching and the rest of my mosquito bites are the normal light pink Why is it turning purple?
If a mosquito bite is changing colors, you need to visit a doctor. What you may think is a mosquito bite may be a bite from another insect.
It is when one organism does somthing to another organism that hurts it, such as: a mosquito biting a human. The mosquito takes blood from human and may inject disease which may harm the human. The mosquito gets food, but the human may become sick.
West Nile Virus is a mosquito-borne disease. It reproduces it self when a mosquito with the virus bites a bird, birds are killed by WNV but can also give of the virus if another mosquito bites the infected bird, the reproducing the disease.
Malaria is not transmitted directly from human to human. A mosquito picks it up from one person, the organism then completes another part o fits life cycle int he mosquito and then it is passed to other people when the mosquito feeds again.
Malaria is caused by a sporozoan that lives inside a mosquito. When the mosquito sucks a human's blood, it also transmits the sporozoan to the human. Basically, malaria is transmitted to humans through mosquitos. Not all mosquito bites give people malaria, however. Most of the cases are localized to Africa. Places near the equator.
How Mosquitoes can be controlled by preventing stagnation of water through they do not live in water why?
The larva (young) of the mosquito lives underwater until it is time for the lava to change into an adult mosquito, leave the water and fly. Reducing stagnant water will reduce breeding areas.
When the anopheles mosquito bites a patient of malaria, it gets infected. When this infected mosquito bites another person, this infection of malaria is transmitted to that person and he gets malaria.
No. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is spread through direct contact with another person's blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast milk. Mosquito contact is not a risk.
It isn't contagious, meaning that it can't be spread directly from one person to another. But if someone with the virus is bitten by a mosquito and that mosquito bites another person it can be spread that way. It is a virus of mosquitoes not humans. Humans are just infected accidently. West Nile virus (WNV) is a mosquito-borne zoonotic arbovirus belonging to the genus Flavivirus in the family Flaviviridae.
No you cannot feed mosquito fish fish food because it will dye.These fish don't need feeding because they feed off of a plant called Elodea and mosquito larva which they get their name from. So if you want another fish friend to dye don't feed mosquito fish fish food and give them lots of open space:]:]:]
An adjective is simply a word that describes traits of another word, so this depends on the context and who is describing the mosquito. Many people would describe mosquitoes as small and pesty.
The animal that lives on an another animal is called a parasite
What you need: Cold wet rag, Benadryl Itch Relief, Ice, Bar of soap Directions: 1. Wash your mosquito bite with a cold wet rag 2. Dab Benadryl Itch Relief on your mosquito bite 3. This is weird, but it prevents it from itching, rub a bar of soap on your mosquito bite 4. Wrap ice in the rag and place it on your mosquito bite Good luck! These steps worked for me!! Another thing that… Read More
I think that the water beetle eats mosquito larva, or other small water bugs/creatures. It lives in fresh water.
Malaria is a parasite that lives in the blood and it is contracted as a result of the bite of a Mosquito who's saliva contains the parasite. For the saliva of the mosquito to be contaminated the insect must have previously fed on the blood of a person infected by the parasite. (See related link below for an explanation of the malaria life cycle.).
Yes it lives in Africa And America Most Times It Just sits on the grass so you wont be able to see it Its also in argentinen