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Wyoming Mosquito Management Association

Mosquito Information

With over 3000 mosquito species found worldwide it is difficult to summarize the bionomics of all mosquitoes, but in an attempt to summarize the 51 species in Wyoming we offering the following:

Before focusing on mosquito details let's consider how to differentiate mosquitoes from common non-mosquito doppelgangers. Among these, the flying insect most commonly mistaken for a mosquito is a midge. This flyer offers convenient information on how to tell mosquitoes and midges apart.

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WMMA community loses seminal member

Former UW professor, Dr. Jack Lloyd, passed away at his home in Oregon on March 25, 2017. He will be missed. More here.


2017 Spring UW/WMMA Mosquito Control Workshop

This year's training in Laramie is scheduled for May 16-17th. To sign up for this valuable free training, email Meta Dittmer with your name, email, phone, and employer. More info here.


EIMG grant application period now open

The deadline for the 2017 grant application process is April 7th. You may find the application here. (Fillable PDF version here.)


WMMA Constitution now on website

Thanks to the perseverence of WMMA president Bartlett, the WMMA Constitution is now available for your review on our About page.