Only the female mosquitoes bite.
They bite (but only female mosquitoes bite)
only female mosquitoes bite cause they need the blood as nutrients for the eggs
Because only female mosquitoes bite. The only way mosquitoes can transmit diseases is through their bite. Males don't bite.
The female bites, she needs a 'blood meal' before she lays eggs. It is only the female mosquitoes that bite.
Only female or girl mosquitoes bite. Male or boy mosquitoes only tend to feed on nectar from plants. They do not bite humans or animals.
Only female mosquitoes bite, so size doesn't matter. However, there are different types of insects that look like large mosquitoes that don't bite.
Only female mosquitoes contribute to the spread of malaria because only female mosquitoes bite take a blood meal from humans.
No,male mosquitoes don't bite,only female mosquitoes do.Female mosquitoes bite so that she can lay her eggs.After a blood meal,a female mosquitoe can lay tons of eggs and they all hatch after 24 hours.
Only female mosquitos , the anopheles, bite.
Only female Mosquitoes bite and perice the skin causing you to itch.
Yes. But not all mosquitoes, only female mosquitoes.Mosquitoes do bite mammals as they bite us and we are mammals.
Only female mosquitoes bite mammals as they need the high protein blood for proper development of their eggs. The male mosquitoes only suck plant juices, which satisfy their simpler nutritional requirements (mostly for carbohydrates).
Male mosquitoes don't spread malaria because only female mosquitoes bite
only the female of the species stings humans, and then she kills her mate.
The ONLY mosquitoes who bite are the females, and they bite EVERYBODY... an eual opportunity bloodsucker.
Male mosquitos are smaller and do not bite animals nor do they suck blood. Only females give you a mosquito bite.
Female mosquitoes bite humans so they can lay their eggs. Males dont because they dont lay eggs, so they dont need blood.
Only female mosquitoes bite, though all mosquitoes live on the sugar found in plant nectar, not on blood. Female mosquitoes bite to obtain necessary proteins from blood so they can produce eggs. Proteins in human and animal blood are necessary for the female mosquito to produce fertile eggs; since males cannot produce eggs they have no need for blood. Females require a new blood "meal" for every nest they lay, and produce about 250 eggs per meal.
female mosquitos are the only ones that bite and all types spread all types of diseases
Mosquitoes are very common in the late spring throughout the summer. The female mosquitoes will feed all throughout this time.
Mosquitoes can make bite or suck your blood. This bite will make you itchy. Only female mosquitoes will bite, never a male. They can also give you diseases such as yellow fever, malaria, and filaria. There is mosquito repellent which keeps mosquitoes from biting you once you spray it on you. There is also mosquito repellent bracelets, necklaces, and candles which do the same thing as the spray. Mosquitoes bite and suck your blood with enzyme. You may use your saliva to stop the itch.