Mosquitoes belong to the insect family, yes, but the insect family belongs to the phylum Anthrpodia which in turn belongs to the kingdom Animalia, which makes the mosquito an animal.
No, the mosquito is an insect.
Yes, a mosquito is an insect.
The name of that insect is mosquito. The variety is anopheles mosquito.
Mosquito belong to the insect family.
No. It is an insect.
As a mosquito is classed as an insect, it has six legs.
Bug is an informal word for insect, therefore a bug is an insect.
I say it is an insect!!
no, it's an insect.
the word mosquito came from spanish meaning means small insect
Nope, since a mosquito is an invertebrate insect it does not have a backbone. You certainly won't find a backbone on a mosquito!
The difference is that a mosquito is the grown, mature insect. A wriggler is what is known as the mosquito larvae.