Mosquitoes only feed when they are larvae and adults. Adults drink nectar from flowers for energy. Only the females bite vertebrates, such as Mammalia, Aves, Squamata, and Amphibia and feed on blood. Some species specialize in certain groups, like birds or frogs, and others will bite whatever vertebrate they can find.
The larvae of most mosquito species filter algae and bits of dead plants and animals from the water. A few species are predators on other aquatic Insecta, including other mosquito larvae.
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