Zero Pest NG

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Mosquito Control

Don’t let mosquitoes keep you trapped indoors. Use Zero Pest NG mosquito treatments to get rid of them once and for all.

If you live in Lagos and want to get back in your yard – call Zero Pest NG. Our treatments begin working immediately and are safe for your family and pets. These professional mosquito control techniques include machine spraying, application of selective chemicals and the removal of unessential water sources. Through these methods, we can reduce the mosquito population in your yard so you can enjoy your outdoor living space.

Common Habits of Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes are annoying and are looking for food. If a mosquito cannot find food, it may leave us alone. However, mosquitoes have habits and likes. That’s why you should know the habits of mosquitoes and follow them to stop yourself from being bitten.

Not to mention, given the recent spread of mosquito-borne diseases like the Zika virus. So you’d think we would have already figured out all there is to know about these evil creatures (I mean insects). However, there are many interesting facts about mosquitoes that have been discovered recently; read on and find out each of them!

Adult female mosquitoes lay mosquito eggs in tiny clusters on the surface of still water. The eggs are round in shape and have a glossy, smooth exterior. These mosquito eggs in water look like little, slender capsules when they are on the water’s surface. They have curled tops that have a milky, translucent appearance. The exterior of the eggs is very smooth and pearly glossy.

Interesting Facts About Mosquitoes

Some people don’t know that a mosquito is a small flying insect known as a dipteran. There are over 3500 different species of mosquitoes and they can be found on every continent except Antarctica. We’re gonna take a look at these bloodsucking critters, find out where they live and what makes them tick. So without further ado, let’s jump right in!

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