Culex (male) Mosquito Antennae - The bushy antennae of the male are used to listen for the buzz of a possible mate. Males do not bite, females do and several species of the genus Culex are vectors of important diseases such as West Nile virus, filariasis, Japanese encephalitis, St Louis encephalitis and avian malaria

Culex (Mosquito) Antennae The male mosquito has large bushy antennae, which he uses to listen for the buzz of a potential mate. He responds only to the humming frequency given by a female of the same.

Head of a male Culex pipiens mosquito | 2013 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon Small World

Head of a male Culex pipiens mosquito Dr. Gareth Paul Jones University of Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom Technique: Stereomicroscopy, Fiber Optic Illumination

Male mosquito, Anopheles maculipennis (atroparvus), 1901

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Zika virus: Mass sterilize the male mosquitoes - CNN.com

Zika virus: Mass sterilize the male mosquitoes

A male mosquito is captured in a break. Unlike the females, which need a a blood meal to provide protein for their eggs, the short-lived males are considerably less bitey. Males have sensitive hairs covering their antennae (pictured) which scientists believe help them to detect the high pitched whine of the females' beating wings

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A male mosquito is captured in a break. Unlike the females, which need a a blood meal to provide protein for their eggs, the short-lived males are considerably less bitey. Males have sensitive hairs covering their antennae (pictured) which scientists beli

Oxitec mosquito larvae are shown. Each male mosquito released by Oxitec will…

Zika virus: Floridians fear 'Pandora's box' of genetically altered mosquitos

FDA OK'S GM TEST The first test release of GM mosquitoes in the United States (adult males grown from larvae like these) will probably have no significant impact on the environment in Key Haven, Fla. Food and Drug Administration has announced.

If you were to compare this insect with other members of the same group, you might not immediately recognize that it is a fly.  Often called male mosquitoes, the crane flies are not directly related to mosquitoes and do not have the ability to bite.  Immature crane flies live in cool fast flowing fresh waters and several species are associated with waterfalls.

If you were to compare this insect with other members of the same group, you might not immediately recognize that it is a fly. Often called male mosquitoes, the crane flies are not directly related to mosquitoes and do not have the ability to bite. Immature crane flies live in cool fast flowing fresh waters and several species are associated with waterfalls.

Authorities want to release sterilised males so that females lay inviable eggs, eradicating the Aedes mosquito that carries the virus blamed for surge in babies born with microcephaly Brazil is planning to fight the Zika virus by zapping millions of male mosquitoes with gamma rays to sterilise them and stop … Continue reading

it’s being called an outbreak, that is the Zika virus has been confirmed in Florida, marking this the first time the virus has been transmitted via infected…

Mosquitoes are the amazing insects in all over the world. Most amazing fact is only female mosquito bite humans and male mosquito only suck the plant nectar.

15 Amazing facts of Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes are the amazing insects in all over the world. Most amazing fact is only female mosquito bite humans and male mosquito only suck the plant nectar.

Scientists Want To Release 20 Million Male Mosquitoes Here

Scientists Want To Release 20 Million Male Mosquitoes Here

The male mosquitoes, are genetically modified to pass sterility into wild populations. Researchers suggest we are trading one mosquito problem for another.

Smithsonian Mag Article 2015 - GMO mosquitos could have unintended environmental and epidemiological consequences

The name of the photo is because it is a male mosquito. They often hide in the grass near the water and wait for the females, who managed to get drunk blood and they flew to lay their eggs in the water. So this is a real Don Juan! In childhood we were very afraid of them when they flew into the entrance and we ran away, because they thought it was a malarial mosquito! Now it's fun, but then it was scary, it's very interesting to consider them now under such an increase!  ☼ Привет, дам...

The name of the photo is because it is a male mosquito. They often hide in the grass near the water and wait for the females, who managed to get drunk blood and they flew to lay their eggs in the water. So this is a real Don Juan! In childhood we were very afraid of them when they flew into the entrance and we ran away, because they thought it was a malarial mosquito! Now it's fun, but then it was scary, it's very interesting to consider them now under such an increase! ☼ Привет, дам...

One of those bugs I was always told was a male mosquito? What is???

One of those bugs I was always told was a male mosquito? What is?

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