In the upper Midwest, in the late 1800's it was necessary to hire two crews for each logging camp, because it was not unusual for half of the workers to be out at any one time with malaria.
Mosquitoes can spread disease only when they bite their victim. Although it is commonly called a "bite", the process is actually a piercing-sucking action.
In the United States there are now about seven primary mosquito-borne viruses that are capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier in humans and other animals, causing an acute infection of the central nervous system.
European scientists have identified a new way to stop malaria in its tracks. Instead of preventing the malaria parasite from infecting humans, they could instead stop the parasite from infecting the mosquito that spreads the lethal disease.
There are not much of mosquito bite diseases that are commonly known and widely spread. Despite that there is infection possibility (diseases) that could be transferred with mosquito bite.