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What is the difference between a mosquito and a wriggler?

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2014-06-10 21:36:05
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The difference is that a mosquito is the grown, mature insect. A wriggler is what is known as the mosquito larvae.

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A mosquito larva is called a wriggler because when you see it in water it distinctively wriggles.


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A wriggler is a name for a baby mosquito. Mosquito larvae are called wrigglers. They are called that because they move a lot, like little worms. They eat protozoans and other wrigglers.



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Wrigglers are mosquito larvae, and mosquitoes are mature insects. They differ in movement in that mosquitoes fly, and wrigglers crawl.


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If you are referring to wriggler the fish, they breathe through gills. If you are referring to the larvae of mosquito, they breathe through spiracles located on the eighth abdominal segment. They also breathe through a siphon, and therefore must come to the surface frequently.


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