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When you think “so L.A.,” Erewhon smoothies, Barbie-pink sunsets and baristas with IMDB credits might come to mind. Now you can add mosquitoes to the list.
No, you’re not imagining it: The tenacious bloodsuckers and other creepy-crawlers are booming in Southern California right now. The culprit? Unprecedented rains, including the recent deluge courtesy of Tropical Storm Hilary. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in water, and this year they had ample real estate to reproduce.Sex Doll Head
Some experts believe other bugs and animals — including those considered pestiferous, like rats — are thriving from secondary impacts of all that H20, like increased vegetation. That’s why you might see more critters out and about. Or, in the case of mosquitoes, feel their bites after the fact.Melina Sex Doll
Mosquitoes are not a new nuisance in the City of Angels: Los Angeles landed first on pest control company Orkin’s Top 50 Mosquito Cities list this year, a dishonor the city’s held for three years running. Ranks of an invasive mosquito known for fierce ankle biting have steadily risen over the years, according to Susanne Kluh, general manager for the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District. Like a typical rising pop icon in L.A., it’s often referred to by its first name: Aedes. And it’s the Aedes — Aedes aegypti in particular — that’s really popping off right now.Tifa Sex Doll
But some experts say the unusual weather made the year singular.