they disturb lot's of peoples sleepI have difficulty finding the mosquitoes in my room so my electric swapper can't hit them.. is there any device that can find their exact location maybe some kind of mini radar.. what sensitivity before such radar can locate mosquitoes? Mosquitoes disturb my sleep at night.
there's many different makes and modelsWhat device battery operated and can repel them?
I would say gender also determines agility in this case. Female mosquitoes probably get murdered by human hands more frequently. Males have more flagella that give them much more finely-tuned hearing. Females require nutrition from blood in order to reproduce (they do the biting). Even if the male is hounding her while she is trying to bite you, better hearing is an advantage that enables him to respond more quickly to motion and noise. The ones that escape sooner are probably male. The ones throwing up a ruckus and don't seem interested in biting are probably male though. They throw in an additional begging-for-sex whine into their buzzing.Mosquitoes are pretty smart by the way.
The young innocent ones are easy to slap at and get a hit.
Older crusty ones, with experience under their belt, can sense when you move your hand to get at them and will abort the attack, only to come back later.