What Does Mosquito Larvae Look like?

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Mosquito larvae are characterised by siphon tubes, which they use for breathing and hanging from the water surface. However, anopheles larvae lack siphon, they set themselves parallel to the water surface. Mosquito larvae shed their skin four times becoming bigger after each moulting.
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Mosquito larvae resemble small caterpillars. They live in the water and periodically shed skin after a short period of time growing in length each time they do. They are also called wriggles and are the second stage of a mosquito's life cycle.
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