Prof. Michael Draney discusses mosquito population | WLUK
University of Wisconsin Green Bay Natural and Applied Sciences professor Michael Draney says there are about 50 different mosquito species in the state.
“There’s a reasonable number of mosquitoes, especially this mosquito called the Northern House mosquito,” Draney said. “[It] is kind of a small mosquito that flies and bites in the daytime, and it seems to be pretty abundant in this neighborhood.”
Draney says this year seems to be worse than average, because we’ve had a wet spring.
“They sometimes are attracted to your car, if your engine is running, because it’s warm and it’s giving off carbon dioxide,” Draney said.
Source: Mosquito population in Wisconsin increases after a wet spring | WLUK