So the other day I noticed my D. multifida had snared a nice big mosquito. I laughed to myself (I'm sadistic that way) and thought, 'Serves them right.'
But then, today, I noticed another. And upon further inspection, it appears my water trays are full of happy little larvae! If I had the cash, I'd think of this as a great excuse to buy some Genlisea and Utricularia, but that's not much of an option right now. I'm going to change the water in all my trays later today, but I don't think that will take care of getting all the little crawlies out of the soil, or my Nepenthes pitchers. I absolutely hate mosquito bites (so I suppose I kind of deserve this) and I don't want my apartment swarmed by them - what can I do?
I live in Olympia, WA where it's fairly mild and humid year round, so there are always mosquitos... are there any CPs that are good at catching the adults? My Drosera all seem to be pretty capable of doing the job, but I somehow don't think that the mosquitos are especially interested in them. Has anyone else dealt with this problem (besides just giving up and letting the mosquitos run wild?)
Your advice would be greatly appreciated!