Hiding place: Culex quinquefasciatus and Aedes albopictus are two main species. Culex pipiens quinquefasciatus mainly reproduces in slightly polluted water bodies, such as sewage ditches, water in depressions and eaves of pickles jars; Aedes albopictus, also known as mosquitoes, generally lives in shady and humid environments such as bamboo forests and bushes.
How to deal with it: Once bitten by mosquitoes, do not scratch, otherwise it is easy to cause local swelling, fever and bacterial infection.
The correct way is not to scratch, you can smear some soapy water to stop itching.
Hiding places: trees, air conditioners, clothes in the air.
How to deal with it: If it is bitten by wasps, it can be sucked out by mouth or cupping, and then smeared with diluted vinegar.
Hidden place: hot and humid environment.
How to deal with it: Wash the affected area with soapy water or alkaline water, and then go to the hospital to deal with the wound in time.
Hiding place: mat, quilt, clothing.
How to deal with: change season clothes, quilt cover to expose to the sun and kill mites before use.
Hiding place: A place with trees outdoors.
Attack: Once killed, body fluids can secrete toxins with high lethality, resulting in skin redness and burning sensation.
How to deal with it: blow it away.
Hidden place: in trees and grass.
Attack: The hair on the body touches the skin and causes dermatitis. The sharp poisonous thorns on caterpillars’villi pierce into the body, and people will find that the place they are touched begins to itch, become red, swollen or even purulent, causing dermatitis.
How to deal with it: When you are outdoors, try to wear long trousers and sleeves instead of lying under trees or on the lawn.