The life cycle of Mosquito involves larval, pupal and adult stages. After 15 days of the larval stage, the pupae emerge to adult mosquito and peel of its remnant commonly called an exoskeleton. The exoskeleton of field-collected Aedes aegypti larvae observed through foldscope.
Armigeres subalbatus is a species of mosquito belonging to the genus Armigeres. It is widely distributed in Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh. It is a natural vector for filarial worms, which cause filariasis to humans.
We took one laboratorised Fourth instar Aedes aegyptiLarvae maintained in our Communicable Disease Research Laboratory and put it on a slide, make sure that one drop of water is there for its survival and viewed Through Foldscope.