Where do mosquitoes breed in Long Island?
Most species of mosquitoes require a source of stagnant water to breed. Standing water can be found in a variety of areas outside your property. Common mosquito breeding areas include:
- Ponds, marches, and bogs
- Birdbaths or fountains
- Pools or spas
- Garden planters
- Children’s playsets
- Stacks of tires
- Clogged gutters/drains
Where Do Mosquitoes Lay Their Eggs?
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Can Mosquitoes Breed Without Water?
Common Mosquito Breeding Grounds in Long Island
There are many areas around your home that can be susceptible to mosquito breeding. These insects are opportunistic and will utilize even the smallest source of stagnant water to lay their eggs. This makes it important to know how to prevent mosquitoes from using your yard as their breeding grounds each and every year. Professional mosquito exterminators at Arrow Exterminating can help locate potential breeding grounds near your home and eliminate them before mosquito season.