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What is SIT?

The mosquito control industry refers to SIT as the release of altered male mosquitoes that cause the production of no offspring or produce offspring that will not survive to the adult stage when they mate with local female mosquitoes in the wild.

Mosquito Info

Mosquitoes are insects belonging to the order Diptera, the True Flies. Like all True Flies, they have two wings, but unlike other flies, mosquito wings have scales. Female mosquitoes' mouthparts form a long piercing-sucking proboscis. Males differ from females by having feathery antennae and mouthparts not suitable for piercing skin. A mosquito's principal food is nectar or similar sugar source.

cdc-epa recommends Mosquito Control Continues to Protect Public Health During Coronavirus Outbreak

Mosquito-borne disease control increases in importance to reduce severity of COVID-19.

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