The aquatic stages of mosquitoes float without moving as much as the can, trying to look like bits of debris. They will wriggle and swim away from danger if they have to. Adults can fly quickly and try to dodge away from danger as best they can. They often try to bite at night or dusk so they are hard to see. Scientists think this may be to avoid overheating, not to avoid predators.
- other Araneae
- Lepomis macrochirus
- other juvenile predatory Actinopterygii
- Hirundo rustica
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