Mosquitoes in the Psorophora genus (floodwater mosquitoes) are found in the tropics and warmer temperate regions of North and South America. Several species of Psorophora are vectors of arboviruses:

Female Psorophora lay their eggs on damp or dry mud and debris in fields and wooded plains. The eggs can withstand months or years of desiccation and hatch when the habitat is inundated by rain or floodwaters.

Links to suggested control solutions

VBC Biorational Habitat
VectoBac 12AS  Open habitats with minimal vegetation
VectoBac WG/WDG
VectoLex WDG
VectoBac Granules Open and vegetated habitats
VectoLex Granules
VectoMax Granules