Hmm. Here's a interesting weekend project. (Wish I had time, but got two others ahead of this one).
Use one of the NEW high performance IR(Infrared LEDS) they now can handle 1-2 watts sustained, maybe more in flash mode. Use a "microcontroller", such as a Cypress PSOC to do a "simulation" of human breething using the IR LED. Using the PSOC capacitive sensing detect with a Mosquito has "entered" the kill zone, and then bump up the power to max power (Can add a few LEDS to increase the "flash" to 100watts) to
"fry" the insect, then return to "breathing" mode.
This should reduce the population of mosquitos very nicely and reduce the chance of malaria and other mosquito born infections.
I know mosquitos are "drawn" to CO2 and IR, the question is a "IR" simulation of breathing may be enough to get them going. The other question is the kill ration.
Its a simple and inexpensive design. Considering the "breathing" can be realtive low level and kill is "pulse" mode, you may even be able to solar power it.
If your a mosquito researcher, drop me a line.
LED Example - Hmm What Frequency will have best effect?
Processor with Cap Sense