Not simply a pest, mosquitoes are a vector for some of the world’s most dangerous diseases such as Encephalitis, Malaria and West Nile Virus. Call us today for a free mosquito consultation.


What do they look like? 

Size: 1/8 to 3/8 inches in length

Color: Dark brown

What are it’s identifying characteristics?

The body and legs are covered in fine scales. A long, straw-like proboscis is found on the head. The legs are very long and extend far past the abdomen.

What does it eat?

Adults feed on plant nectar and the adult female feeds on blood.

Where does it hide?

Larvae are found in standing water – puddles, ponds, bird baths, sewers, ditch drains, clogged gutters. Adults will rest on the underside of leaves, in tree cavities and other moist areas during the day. They become most active at dawn and dusk.

What can it do to me? 

Mosquitoes are the most medically important of all pests. In many African and Asian countries, mosquitoes transmit deadly and debilitating diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, dengue, filariasis and many forms of encephalitis.

In the United States, mosquitoes in the genus Culex are the most important species for transmitting West Nile Virus. They are also capable of transmitting Eastern Equine Encephalitis and St. Louis Encephalitis.


Take Back your environment

LONESTAR Pest Solutions – effective, three-part approach reduce mosquito populations.

  • We inspect your property for breeding sites and make suggestions to yard modifications.
  • We treat high-risk breeding areas designed to interrupt the life cycle of larval mosquitoes.
  • We treat the daytime resting places of adult mosquitoes. This eliminates the current population and reduces new mosquitoes that may decide to colonize your yard.
Our treatments are based on a proper identification. There are various type of mosquito controlling methods. 

Call us. Let us assess your situation.  With the proper treatment and chemicals, we can get your situation under control and eliminate the mosquitoes.

Contact LONESTAR Pest Solutions for an inspection.


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PO Box 461574 , San Antonio, Texas 78246 | Office: (210) 653-4250