|MadSci Network: Zoology|
Dear Lisa very clear answer. No! Never! They do draw blood from your skin, that they need for the development of their eggs. But there is no mosquito species that lays eggs into or even onto your skin. All mosquitoes lay their eggs into water or at least very moist areas of soil. There are other insects that lay eggs into human or more likely animal skin. These belong also to the Diptera (as do the mosquitoes) but to a different group named Brachycera. Best known here are the Oestridae (egg into nose) and Hypoderminae (eggs onto skin). In both cases the larvae live on the skin tissues and might cause the death of the host. For more information on mosquitoes just do a search on the terms diptera, mosquitoes. You will find some reliable links on diptera here. For more information on those other species search for the given group names and for parasites + diptera. One example for the lifecyle of such a parasite can be found here. Hope that helps Jurgen Ziesmann
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