Hi Mme Tortue, you are right and I remember that scenario very well when many moons ago,I lived in Mahebourg at La rue des Hollandais
, I was born and brought up in that area.....My old dad used to blitz them with Baygon spray.... winter brings a bit of respite but as soon as it warms up, the little blighters come from nowhere!! their larvae must lie dormant until the temperature goes up.....I was in Mahebourg recently visiting some relatives and it was sunny and warm ( the cold front came 2 days after I left for the uk ).
One day I might come back permanently to my beautiful little island....even with it's mosquitoes :)
Bye 4 now,