How are large (huge) mosquitoes called, are they dangerous?

How are large (huge) mosquitoes called, are they dangerous?

  • There is nothing terrible in this mosquito, this big proboscis does not scrape into your skin because it is intended solely for flowers, so they should not be feared because of complete harmlessness and in themselves they are inactive, they usually sit somewhere and do something their way.

  • Presumably, there is nothing more dangerous in the world.

    How are large (huge) mosquitoes called, are they dangerous?

  • These large mosquitoes are much safer than small mosquitoes.

    Large mosquitoes do not even bite, for which they are very thankful.

    And their name is D O L I D E F G I.

    They feed on butterflies like pollen, and plants.

    Until recently, I thought they were more dangerous for people.

  • Знаете, меня тоже интересовал подобный вопрос. Я даже на сайте Большой вопрос задавала его, только формулировка моя была ошибочной, так как у нас почему-то вот этих больших комаров называют малярийными. А вот и этот вопрос. На самом деле это безобидный, питающийся нектаром и соком растений mosquito. He does not bite (he does not drink blood).

  • In my childhood I often heard such a bike that they say, large mosquitoes are malarial mosquitoes. Then it sounded very frightening.

    In fact, malaria is common only in southern countries.

    In fact, large mosquitoes are mosquito-leggings.

    In fact, these mosquitoes can not even bite, they do not have a proboscis or sting. They feed mainly on plant residues, sometimes - plants, plant nectar.

    How are large (huge) mosquitoes called, are they dangerous?

  • In your case we are talking about non-dangerous large mosquitoes - long-legs.

    They are not dangerous, because they do not feed on human blood. In their diet includes only plant food (plants), so do not be afraid.

    As for malaria, yes, it is dangerous, but it only lives in the southern regions.

  • Malarial mosquitoes, other name-long-legged, are larger in size than usual, but the danger from them may be, and they are frightening because of their long paws, they do not live very much, but they can carry the infection. But people do not bite, already happy.

  • Large mosquitoes are called long-legged, as a rule, when they are seen, many are frightened and yell "what a fuck has flown". There is nothing to worry about but their size is not there, I do not know why they are called malarial, but this is a common misconception, since they do not tolerate malaria.

  • As a child, I was very afraid of such large mosquitoes, and now it is not very pleasant to see them, we called them malarial mosquitoes, although in reality they do not tolerate this infection. In fact, a large mosquito is called a long-legged one.

  • Probably, we are talking about the mosquitos of the Long-legs or the Caramors (Tipuligae). The length of the long legs reaches 4-x centimeters. The larvae of these mosquitoes live in moist soil, in rotting plant remains. The lifespan of these mosquitoes is only a few days.

    How are large (huge) mosquitoes called, are they dangerous?

  • I do not know about malaria, but I guess it's possible! I watched the broadcast, they said that they can carry a lot of infections, bastards!

  • Mosquitoes-long-legged, or, as in the people, caramors, terrify many. The monster flying into the room clumsily flies from place to place, bumping into people and knocking on furniture. Most often, this happens in the evenings. The day of the caramor is less active. Long legs often save his life. The predator grabs a mosquito not behind the body, but behind a thin limb, which immediately breaks off. These huge mosquitoes belong to the family Tipulidae. Their larvae usually feed on plant remains, some species with pleasure spoil the roots of living plants, as well as horticultural crops. A common garden dwarf refers to such malicious caramors. Man, these insects, fortunately, do not bite.

    Another thing, a malarial mosquito. His appearance does not attract attention. find out the dangerous bloodsucker most easily when he sits. A normal mosquito keeps the body horizontally of the surface, and the corpuscle of the malarial mosquito is elevated at an angle of 3040.

  • Malarial mosquitoes differ from ordinary mosquitoes only in the posture that they take when sitting - in the malarial mosquito the abdomen is strongly elevated upwards. You, obviously, mean mosquito-leggings. They feed on nectar, and their larvae - different plant remains.

    Here is the malarial mosquito:

    How are large (huge) mosquitoes called, are they dangerous?

    And so - the mosquito-long-legged:

    How are large (huge) mosquitoes called, are they dangerous?

    All sources claim that the dreadlocks are completely safe for man, although in childhood I was bitten by a similar mosquito for the fact that I touched it). But it could be a representative of some other kind.

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