After mating, female mosquitos search for a host to bite to get blood. The blood gives them protein and other nutrients that they need to make eggs. Different species lay their eggs in groups or one-by-one in the water. Each female can lay dozens to hundreds of eggs, depending on the species of mosquito.
Breeding season: Spring or Summer in North America
Key Reproductive Features: seasonal breeding ; sexual ; fertilization (Internal ); oviparous
Mosquito parents don't take care of their offspring.
Parental Investment: no parental involvement
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