Model M-9 Mosquito Larvae Trap

Destroys all mosquito eggs & larvae DEAD in minutes!!
Most efficient mosquito killer machine in the world!

SAFE, ECO FRIENDLY, LONG LASTING

No Electricity     No Chemicals
No Batteries     No Gasses

Mosquito larvae live in water until they pupate and develop
into adult mosquitoes. Place the Mosquito Larvae Trap in the
garden here it will be exposed directly to the sun,
add a little water, and that's all !



Download Demonstrating How It Work

HOW DOES THE MOSQUITO LARVAE TRAP WORK?

The Mosquito Larvae Trap is new technology being introduced to reduce the mosquito population. The size of the trap
is 10 inches in diameter by 7 inches tall. The color is dark green. Manufactured from high grade plastic, and durable.
One year manufactures warranty.

The functions of the trap are automatic. All you do is add two liters of water to the reservoir. Inside the reservoir is a tray that automatically lowers at night to allow the mosquitoes to lay their eggs, during the day, the tray automatically raises out of the water, terminating the eggs and larvae, which over time will reduce the mosquito population. The top
guard is tostop the animals from drinking the water.

Keep your family safe from the following dreadful diseases:

Malaria, Filaria, Heartworm, Dengue Fever, Brain Fever, Encephalitis, Yellow Fever, La Crosse Encephalitis, West Nile,
Chikungunya and many others.

Nothing more to buy

Mosquitoes lay 300 to 400 eggs at a time called a raft.
If 100 mosquitoes lay their eggs in the Mosquito Larvae Trap in a 24 hour period,
30,000 to 40,000 mosquitoes will be decimated!

Mosquito Larva



Mosquito larvae, commonly called "wigglers" or "wrigglers",must live in water from 7 to 14 days depending on water temperature. Larvae must come to the surface at frequent intervals to obtain oxygen througha breathing tube called a siphon. The larva eats algae and small organismswhich live in the water. During growth, the larva molts (sheds its skin) four times. The stages betweenmolts are called instars. At the 4th instar, the larva reaches a length ofalmost 1/2 inch. When the 4th instar larva molts it becomes a pupa.

Note: Anopheles are unlike Culex and Aedes larvae since they do not have a breathing tube, they must lie parallel to the watersurface in order to get a supply of oxygen through a breathing opening.



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