The largest mosquito wing in Chengdu is found to be over 0.1 meters away from the world.

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 The largest mosquito wing in Chengdu is found to be over 0.1 meters away from the world.


Its good that the mosquitoes dont bite! The wing is over 0.1 meters, and the largest mosquito in Chengdu is found. Summer nearly, mosquitoes and insects. In April 23rd, the Huaxi Museum of insects in Chengdu announced that they found a super large mosquito individual that reached an astonishing 11 centimeter width, nearly 5 centimeters in length, or the largest mosquito in the world. This mosquito is called the giant mosquito Holorusiamikado, also known as the great mosquitoes of Mikado or the great mosquitoes, which belong to the Diptera, Diptera, great mosquitoes, Tipulidae giant mosquitoes, Holorusia. Zhao Li, director of the Chengdu Walsh Insect Museum, said the species was originally found in Japan, named by the British entomologist Westwood (JohnObadiahWestwood) in 1876, and its name, Mikado, is the emperor of Japan. According to the BritannicaInternationalencyclopedia (British International Encyclopedia), the giant mosquito is the largest species in the world, with a width of 8 centimeters in width and the largest group of the mosquitoes. In August 2017, the Chengdu Huaxi insect museum collected a giant mosquitos wing of 11.15 centimeters in Qingchengshan, far more than the record, and more than 10.2 centimeters of the largest wingspan recorded (unofficially recorded in the network). Therefore, the individual found in the Huaxi insect museum in Chengdu is probably the largest mosquito population in the world. The mosquito may be the largest mosquito population in the world. There are more than 16000 known species in the world, and more than 800 species have been known to China. Their adults are medium-sized or large, including some of the largest species of mosquitoes. In Western Sichuan, giant mosquitoes are mainly distributed in the Chengdu plain to 2200 meters above sea level. Because of their large size, they are not strong enough to fly, especially those with big bellied females. They usually move around the edge of the woods with small brush areas. In the daytime, the adults of the big mosquitoes are common in the bushes to catch the leaves with the front feet. The two feet in the rear are hanging straight and straight, and the swaying body is like a swing. If we do not touch it, like a dry worm, it is to deceive the enemy by pretending to be dead. Their feet are very long. If they are caught, they will break their feet to survive. Some species of female mosquitoes will also shoot eggs in the distance when they are in distress to protect themselves. The distance can be as far as 20 centimeters. According to the International Encyclopedia Britannica, the giant mosquito is the largest species of the family mosquitoes in the world, with a wing width of 8 cm. The giant mosquitoes begin activities at dusk, and have a light tendency at night. They are occasionally found outdoors in the mountains. The larvae live in a shallow stream or a rivulet. The body is cylindrical or slightly flat, with a hard shell on the head and usually 6 fleshy protuberances at the end of the abdomen. Because of the general impression of mosquitoes, many people think they will suck a lot of blood when they see such a big mosquito. In fact, the big mosquitoes never suck blood. Their adult life span is very short, usually only a few days. In the past few days, they only eat nectar, and some species live on the nourishment stored in the larval stage because of the degeneration of mouthparts and even nothing. Source: cover news - editor in charge of Huaxi Metropolis Daily: Wang Zheng _NN7526 According to the International Encyclopedia Britannica, the giant mosquito is the largest species of the family mosquitoes in the world, with a wing width of 8 cm. The giant mosquitoes begin activities at dusk, and have a light tendency at night. They are occasionally found outdoors in the mountains. The larvae live in a shallow stream or a rivulet. The body is cylindrical or slightly flat, with a hard shell on the head and usually 6 fleshy protuberances at the end of the abdomen.