It does not take much for mosquitoes to breed. All they need is a wet environment, this can be stagnant water or an area that gets wet then dry repeatedly. Around your home you are told to look for things that pool water i.e. wheel barrels, bird feeders, tires, buckets, etc. In the eyes of a homeowner this tends to be the very obvious. What about a small bit of water? Is that enough for mosquitoes to breed in? YES! The attached video shows you exactly this, mosquitoes breeding in a citronella candle on a backyard deck. You see the larva & pupae stages or “squigglers” and this is the stages prior to an adult mosquito emerging. Even more proof at how adaptable pests are around your home!