Noseeums Biting midges, punkies or no-see-ums Culicoides furens

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There are over 4,000 species of noseeums, aka no-see-ums, biting midges in the Ceratopogonidae family Culicoides. The distribution of midges in the genus Culicoides is world-wide; for example, 47 species are known to occur in Florida. Species belonging to the genus Leptoconops occur in the tropics, sub-tropics and some warmer coastal areas of the US.

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4 thoughts on “Noseeums Biting midges, punkies or no-see-ums Culicoides furens

    1. admin Post author

      Very odd for them to last long inside of someones home. They ONLY breed in damp, wet and pools of old water, so unless you have those conditions and I doubt that you do, they will not continue breeding inside of a home. Remember they only reproduce in damp/wet locations such as where stagnant water resides or old swimming pools.

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    2. admin Post author

      Have other visitors to your home notice a problem? If they were inside, everyone would notice them especially small babies, they would be bitten first.

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