Aedes Aegypti

The Life of Animals | Aedes Aegypti | Aedes aegypti is the type of mosquitoes that can carry dengue virus causes dengue fever. Adult mosquito Aedes aegypti has a medium body with a brownish-black. At the back (dorsal) body were two curved vertical lines on the left and right which is characteristic of this species. The scales on the body of mosquitoes are generally easy to fall off or apart making it difficult to identify in the old mosquitoes.

The size and color of this mosquito species often differ between populations, depending on environmental conditions and nutrients that are obtained during the development of mosquitoes. Male and female mosquitoes do not have differences in terms of size of male mosquitoes are generally smaller than females and the presence of thick hairs on the antenna male mosquitoes. Transmission of the disease carried by female mosquitoes because only the female mosquito sucks blood. Male mosquitoes do not need blood, and obtain energy from the nectar of flowers or plants.

Dengue fever often affects children because children tend to sit in the classroom during the morning until noon, and their legs are hidden beneath the table became an easy target mosquito species ini.Infeksi mosquito virus in the body can lead to behavioral changes that lead to increased competence vectors, namely the ability of mosquitoes spread the virus. Eggs elliptical black and separate from one another. Eggs hatch in 1 to 2 days into larvae. There are four stages in the development of so-called larval instar. Aedes aegypti eggs drought resistant and can last up to 1 month in the dry state. In contrast, larvae in dire need of water is sufficient for its development. Conditions when developing larvae can affect the condition of the resulting adult mosquitoes. For example, larval populations that exceed the availability of food will produce adult mosquitoes tend to be more greedy in sucking blood. Conversely, an environment that is rich in nutrients produce mosquitoes.

The way that it is still considered the most appropriate for controlling the spread of dengue fever is to control the population and the spread of vector.Drain the tub, to ensure the absence of mosquito larvae developing in water and no eggs are attached to the wall of the tub. • Close the water reservoirs so that no mosquitoes that have access to the site to lay eggs. • Burying the junk so it can not accommodate the rain water where mosquitoes lay their eggs and serve. Bacteria make mosquitoes less able to carry the virus and limit the transmission of dengue hemorrhagic fever if widespread in mosquito populations.

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