posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 08:26 PM
This year I've been getting lit up by mosquitos that leave welts! When I go out harvesting from my okra forest, which I go trade in a couple blocks
away at the latino market, I've been getting torn up out there. Last year I didn't have an okra 'jungle' (as one friend called it), but I spent
more time out there not doing the massive research and publishing I've been back to this year, yet hardly ever felt a bite.
It's common to find welts that are oblong shaped and slightly over half an inch across on the long measurements, that really itch. I've always been
resistant to itching mosquito bites, and have never had welts like this in my life. The welts appear within minutes, but for me at least they're gone
within half an hour ad I forget all about it.
PS: I have noted some of them having the white 'knuckles' all over they're bodies, but didn't look close enough to see if they're so dark black.
Haven't really been looking too close other than to kill them if I've had the chance. I've adjusted my strategies to not get bit as much. The odd
thing is even days I try to keep an eye out I end up with more welts than I ever saw of the mosquitos.
Stealth mosquito crazyness.
[edit on 26-8-2010 by IgnoranceIsntBlisss]