Mosquitoes are well known for their pesky bites, but they are very important as vectors of numerous human diseases such as West Nile Virus, malaria, yellow fever and encephalitis. Mosquitoes are normally separated into 3 groups based on where and how they lay their eggs. After a blood meal, a female will lay her eggs on water or in semi-dry places such as moist soil. Controlling mosquitoes starts by controlling and eliminating standing water on site locations. Nova Pest Control reduces the chances of mosquito infestation with strategic control techniques to control the larvae and eggs cycle of mosquitoes.


Also known as the “Yellow Fever Mosquito”, this species of mosquito have black and white marking on their bodies that make them easy to identify. They are most active in the early mornings and late evenings just before nightfall. 


This species of mosquito is most well known for its transmission of one the most dangerous malaria species to humans. This species mostly lives in colder areas, although malaria is  secluded to mostly tropical areas. It is still important to avoid these mosquitoes because of the risk of reintroducing malaria to areas where the disease has been eliminated. 


This species of mosquito are the most common carriers of the West Nile virus. They tend to target human hosts and live underground.