|Place of Origin:||Guangdong, China|
|Certification:||GS CE ROHS REACH|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiable|
|Packaging Details:||Gift box+ Carton Box|
|Delivery Time:||50-60 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C|
|Supply Ability:||2800000 Piece/Pieces per Year|
|Applicable Area:||30-150 ㎡||Product:||Electric Shock Mosquito-killing Lamp|
|Use:||Insect Control, Lawn, Plants & Garden, Farm, Home & Perimeter, Pest Control||Power Source:||Electrical|
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20W electric shock mosquito killer lamp
Mosquitoes are cosmopolitan (world-wide): they are in every land region except Antarctica and a few islands with polar or subpolar climates. Iceland is such an island, being essentially free of mosquitoes.
The absence of mosquitoes in Iceland and similar regions is probably because of quirks of their climate, which differs in some respects from mainland regions. At the start of the uninterrupted continental winter of Greenland and the northern regions of Eurasia and America, the pupa enters diapause under the ice that covers sufficiently deep water. The imago emerges only after the ice breaks in late spring. In Iceland, the weather is less predictable. In mid-winter it frequently warms up suddenly, causing the ice to break, but then to freeze again after a few days. By that time the mosquitoes will have emerged from their pupae, but the new freeze sets in before they can complete their life cycle. Any anautogenous adult mosquito would need a host to supply a blood meal before it could lay viable eggs; it would need time to mate, mature the eggs and oviposit in suitable wetlands. These requirements would not be realistic in Iceland and in fact the absence of mosquitoes from such subpolar islands is in line with the islands' low insect biodiversity; Iceland has fewer than 1,500 described species of insects, many of them probably accidentally introduced by human agency. In Iceland most ectoparasitic insects live in sheltered conditions or actually on mammals; examples include lice, fleas and bedbugs, in whose living conditions freezing is no concern, and most of which were introduced inadvertently by humans.
In warm and humid tropical regions, some mosquito species are active for the entire year, but in temperate and cold regions they hibernate or enter diapause. Arctic or subarctic mosquitoes, like some other arctic midges in families such as Simuliidae and Ceratopogonidae may be active for only a few weeks annually as melt-water pools form on the permafrost. During that time, though, they emerge in huge numbers in some regions and may take up to 300 ml of blood per day from each animal in a caribou herd.
|Type||Angular side board zepper|
|Model no.||JR89A 2X6W||JR89A 2X8W||JR89A 2X10W||JR89A 2X15W||JR89A 2X20W|
|Uv tube||T5 2X6W||T5 2X8W||T5 2X10W||T5 2X15W||T5 2X18W|
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