Showing 9 types of MOSQUITOES
This species is native to Asia but was introduced into Hawaii in the late 1900’s and was found in the continental U.S. in Texas in 1985. It now is found in at least 26 states and as far north as Minnesota and Pennsylvania, south to Florida, and west to West Texas. It also is now found in South America, Mexico, and the Caribbean, in Africa and Europe, and in Australia and several major islands of the South Pacific. It’s spread has been tied in some cases to the movement of automobile tires and the larvae living in water in these tires.
These may be native species in North America.
Approximately 16 species in North America, most considered native to the continent.
Two species of mosquitoes in this genus are native to North America, ranging from Texas and Oklahoma to the East Coast, from Florida north to New York and Ohio. Most prevalent, though, in south Texas and in Florida.
There are 71 species of this genus found throughout the world, most in tropical countries on most continents. There is a single species native to the eastern United States, and several species have been introduced to Hawaii as bio-control agents.
There are at least 70 species in this complicated genus in North America, ranging through all types of habitats and climates, and varying widely in their habits and appearances. A new import is Aedes albopictus, the Asian Tiger Mosquito.
There are three species of this mosquito in North America, ranging from California to Florida and Georgia.
Four species of this mosquito are native residents of North America, distributed from Florida north along the east coast into Canada, and west to Minnesota.
This species is found throughout the world in tropical regions, its true origin not well known.