Mosquitos Identification & Information
Mosquitoes are a major insect pest problem in Colorado and may seriously deter outdoor activities and tourism. These insects cause economic losses in cattle and other livestock through blood loss, disease transmission and irritation. Mosquitoes also can transmit certain human diseases such as West Nile virus, Western Equine Encephalitis. The incidence of mosquito-transmitted disease in Colorado is closely monitored by public health agencies. Color: Blackish brown (species dependent) Size: 3/16 to 1/2 inch Feeding Habits: Female mosquitoes are ready to bite one to two days after adult emergence. Male mosquitoes do not bite but feed on flower nectar or plant juices. Additional Information: http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/diseases/list_mosquitoborne.htm
Mosquitos Mitigiation Services
Our field service professionals will pinpoint the source of the problem and develop a long term solution with our eco-$mart (GREEN) service technology.