Short answer: no. Mosquitoes will generally only lay their eggs in still, stagnant water. And a properly built ecosystem pond does not have still, stagnant water. The water in all the ponds we build is constantly moving and circulating.
Additionally, if the mosquitoes do happen to lay eggs in your pond and the mosquito larvae hatch, the fish in your pond will consider them a treat and will pick them off the water’s surface with great enthusiasm. Your skimmer will sweep up whatever the fish miss.
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