Follow these tips to make your photos useful for research, monitoring, and control of the tiger mosquito and the Yellow fever mosquito.
If you can, photograph the white line of the head and thorax. The tiger mosquito and the Yellow fever mosquitos are distinguished from other species for its white lines. The tiger mosquito has a single line on the head and thorax, while the Yellow fever mosquito has four lines in the shape of a lyre.
Grab the mosquito from the legs, zoom it and if you can attach two more photos making the abdomen and the legs visible.
If you can, provide two photos: one to situate the breeding site and another which shows the stagnant water with mosquito larvae and/or pupas.