Male Mosquitoes Don’t Want Your Blood, But They Still Find You Very Attractive

A new study shows that male mosquitoes hover near humans but tend not to land or bite—a behavior researchers suspect is a tactic for finding female mates. Shown here are caged mosquitoes on a human hand in a lab test. (Photo by Perran Ross, Ph.D.)

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A new study shows that male mosquitoes hover near humans but tend not to land or bite—a behavior researchers suspect is a tactic for finding female mates. Shown here are caged mosquitoes on a human hand in a lab test….

Source: Entomology Today

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