Login   |  My Account

Shop Mosquito Magnet

Site Bibliography - Mosquitoes

Site Bibliography 

We have used a variety of sources to provide you with valuable information on this site. This is a space to recognize and thank all the authors.






Black Fly Suppression Program:  Black Fly Biology and Life History.  Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Environmental Protection.



Crans, Wayne, Ph.D., ed. Black Flies and their Biology.  Rutgers Cooperative Extension New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station.



Hill, Catherine A., et al.  Public Health: Black Flies: Biology and Public Health Risk.  Purdue University, Perdue Extension, Department of Entomology.



Lyon, William F.  The Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet:  Black Flies.Ohio State University.



Robinson, James V.  Black Flies or Buffalo Gnats (Family Simuliidae).  Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System.


[back to top]







Lyon, William F.  The Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet:  Midges and Crane Flies. Ohio State University.



Pest Control Bulletin No. 24: Non-Biting Midges.  Garden Grove, CA: Orange County Vector Control District.



Wonderful Wacky Water Critters: Midge or Bloodworm.  Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Education for Kids!


[back to top]






Department of Medical Entomology at ICPMR Westmead Hospital.  Biting Midges (Sandflies).  University of Sydney and Westmead Hospital, Australia.



Featherstone, Alan Watson.  Caledonia Forest Species Profiles: Highland biting midge.  Forres, Scotland: Trees for Life.



North Carolina Integrated Pest Management.  Biting Midges.  North Carolina State University.



Schalau, Jeff.  Backyard Gardener:  Coping with No-See-Ums.  Prescott, AZ: Arizona Cooperative Extension.


[back to top]




mosquito magnet mosquito trapsProtect your family, pets and guests from disease-carrying mosquitoes with a Mosquito Magnet® trap - the leading long-term,
scientifically proven mosquito control solution