Just a few added ideas for you, if you sew loops throughout the top and bottoms, you can use zip ties to attach your netting with whatever camo pattern you need. Meaning have different netting set up for different environments, a dessert, a brush/light foliage, an urban, and then a darker jungle/forest set. Use the zip ties to attach the needed camo pattern netting, then when you need to change, cut the zip ties and put the other on. Use small little black zip ties (shit works good dude). Really cuts down on the amount of painting, time spent changing patterns and makes it stupid easy to change out. If I can find my old guilli suit I will snap a few pictures and show you what I mean.
On the bottoms, use the mosquito netting on the back of the legs. About a 2x2 sections on the calf, and another on the upper thigh above the knee. You can also do a few on the inner thighs, as well as get some small metal vents rivets (can’t remember what they are called, but look like the vent holes on the boots, but about the size of a dime) and put them in the crotch (not on the nuts, but about an 1.5 inches down from the center seam). That will give you a little bit of relief while sucking under all the burlap and foliage.
Also make some small slot pouches around the cuffs and hem where you can put flea collars inside, but where they the collars are not touching your skin. Don’t sew them in permanent, just use button hole stitching around the opening to make the diameter a bit smaller, so you can change the flea collars out as needed. Really helps with keeping the chiggers, fleas, and ants off.