they are terrible here. they are tiny, sneaky and in the frickin house all the time. i have never experienced this before. then i read this from jimstone.is:
Dengue is now in my area and it should not be.
The central portion of Mexico is too high and too cold for Dengue bearing mosquitos to exist. And they did not exist here until the zika scam was launched.
When they were pushing Zika hard, very large super crappy looking orangish red rescue type helicopters went through the area, and it looked like they were dumping boxes of mosquitos out the bottoms of the helicopters. Obviously one helicopter could release billions of mosquitos. It was not spraying for mosquitos, the releases looked like they were blowing grayish sand that quickly dispersed before it was more than 20 feet below the helicopters. It looked like what was being released was alive.
Right before this happened, trucks went around spraying for mosquitos, and all the normal mosquitos were gone. And then, suddenly after the helicopters there was an entirely new type of mosquito. The species of mosquitos in the area changed from a very large sluggish easy to find and kill type of mosquito to a super tiny mosquito that was extremely difficult to hunt down, and super hard to kill even if you did find it. Dengue and Zika are spread by a very small mosquito that cannot live at this elevation for very many seasons. I would bet that is what the helicopters were dropping, and why zika supposedly spread so rapidly.
Now, in this city (Leon) which is not supposed to have Dengue at all, large numbers of people who have not acclimated to the virus are turning up at hospitals, and there have been deaths. A lot of babies have died of confirmed Dengue. IMPOSSIBLE!
The moral of the story is then, I guess, not to trust anyone to put their new varieties of mosquitos in your area. Practically anyone well funded enough to dabble in this is today, by default, evil. It appears that these new, nasty, persistent biting always hidden so well they might as well be invisible torment your nights mosquitos are all there is, I have never seen what was a normal mosquito before the crappy helicopters turn up again, EVER. There is no doubt they killed off the indigenous species and replaced it with something else.