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

  1. Geraldine hoven

    Our new home is infested with biting midges. We have tried everything. At our wits end. Please help!

    • admin

      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.

    • admin

      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.

  2. Bill Laudeman

    Sorry! I inadvertently posted under “Infestation” (I thought it was “Interest…”)

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