Usually it's hard to put up travel mosquito nets so they give you enough space to turn in bed. I wonder if mosquitoes will bite through a mosquito net if skin is pressed against it, like when a foot is touching it. Does anyone either have experience with this or research on this? And will it depend on the impregnation and/or how long ago this has been?
Btw, the wikipedia article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mosquito_net says they can bite through the net, but when going to the resource behind that quote, there is no such information, even when browsing a bit more (all the way to http://www.cdc.gov/malaria/malaria_worldwide/reduction/itn.html) on the linked site.
The consensus on random websites does seem to be they can bite through thin clothing at least, but real research on biting through nets would be very helpful.