Dłisdła̱n “Mosquito” is associated with the Man-Eater Baxwbakwalanuksiwe’. In the ancient legend of the A̱wik̓inux̱w “Rivers Inlet Tribe”, their ancestor Na̱nwaḵawe’ “Wise One” after killing the dreaded Man-Eater, took his ashes and his family and blew it into the four directions saying, “Now you will be the biting insects of the world, you will crave human blood and remind us of the power of Baxwbakwalanuksiwe’.” The color red in the design represents the mosquito’s craving for human blood, and also represents the color of “life” among the Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw.
- William Wasden Jr. This limited edition silk screen print titled "Mosquito" by William Wasden Jr. was hand produced by the screen printing process. It is the only limited edition printing of this design. The artist has inspected and signed each copy in the edition. All trial copies of this edition have been destroyed and the printing stencils obliterated. Published by Cedar Hill Long House Native Art Prints.