The Buzz of the Mosquito #infographic

The Buzz of the Mosquito #infographic

The image on the right showing part of the mosquito's wing allows the noise to breathe or whisper. The comb-like half, shown in blue, shatters with the yellow portion when the mosquito flashes its wings. Why do your mouth mozzle with mosquitoes? (Source: "A Possible Mosquito Stridulating Organ")

You can't help. You're not able to help. Each time they fly, mosquito wings make the annoying buzz or whin noise. As they round their heads in search of a place where they can land and bit, when they are close to their ears, their buzz sounds louder. Because the two have wings, and because they don't want to drink your blood, you probably won't notice the whine. They stay away and eat nectar from your ears, and the women are approaching you. Researchers found mosquito buzz to be more than just a way of disturbing you. In addition, it is important to help them find suitable cousins.

The Buzz of the Mosquito #infographic


infographic by: elevatepestcontrol.com

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