Sunday night I sat outside for three hours. I was wearing long pants and a sweatshirt and there was a mosquito candle on the table in front of me. There are confirmed mosquitos still in our yard, though I did not swat any away that night. A few hours after coming in, I found I had about 9 mosquito bites, all of them in the crease of the back of my left knee. All within a two inch area. I got no other bites anywhere on me. If they are indeed mosquito bites, they would have had to ignore all the exposed skin on my head/neck/face/throat and hands, and instead fly up my one pant leg, land at my knee and bite me nine times. I'm trying to find alternate cuplrits to explain the bites. Spiders or ants, on the edge of the chair, maybe biting through my pants? No. I thought maybe chiggers, that tend to bite many times near creases and stuff. But these are exactly like mosquito bites (though big, tightly grouped and quite itchy). I have a pic but that won't tell you much. They look and feel like mosquito bites. Ideas?