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When Does Mosquito Season Begin And End In New York

In all parts of the world, the start and end of mosquito season changes significantly from year to year. Mosquito season in New York lasts from the end of April to the end of October, according to Laura Harrington, an entomology professor at Cornell University, but mosquitoes may emerge earlier if the spring environment is extremely warm. Because of rising global temperatures, mosquito season has begun earlier and ended later in northern temperate countries.

There are 70 mosquito species in New York, some of which carry illnesses including West Nile virus and eastern equine encephalitis. The majority of mosquito species in New York do not bite people, however the state's most prevalent biting mosquito species, Culex pipiens, bites heavily during dawn and dusk. The "northern house mosquito" is a frequent name for this species, which often enters dwellings during the winter season. Although this species transmits the West Nile virus, it is not regarded a serious disease danger when overwintering in people's houses.

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