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Dawn to Dusk... Mosquitos , Mosquitos, Mosquitos

The start and end of mosquito season varies greatly from year to year in every corner of the world. According to Laura Harrington, an entomology professor at Cornell University, mosquito season in New York lasts from the end of April to the end of October, but mosquitoes may emerge sooner if the spring climate is unusually warm. Mosquito season has began earlier and concluded later in northern temperate nations as a result of rising global temperatures.

In New York, there are 70 different mosquito species, some of which carry diseases including West Nile virus and eastern equine encephalitis. The majority of mosquito species in New York do not bite people, however Culex pipiens, the state's most common biting mosquito, bites intensively during dawn and dusk.This species is sometimes referred to as the "northern house mosquito," as it frequently enters homes during the winter months. Despite the fact that this species transmits the West Nile virus, it is not considered a severe disease threat when it overwinters in people's homes.

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