Tag Archives: Florida Mosquito Exterminator

Don’t forget to declare your…Insects?

A man crossing into the United States from Mexico forgot to declare his bugs as food at the port of entry. The unidentified driver told agents he forgot to declare the bags as food items. He was given a $175 … Continue reading

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Flowers wilt. Candlelight fades. Roaches are forever.

Flowers wilt. Candlelight fades. Roaches are forever. Can’t decide on what to get that special someone for Valentine’s Day? Sometimes the answer is all around us, and right where it’s been for millions of years—like cockroaches! How better to express … Continue reading

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How Hungry Mosquitoes Cool Themselves

NYTimes.com: How Hungry Mosquitoes Cool Themselves Most blood-sucking insects urinate while they feed so they can avoid filling up on fluid and get more nutrients out of their meal. But some species of mosquito also do what is called preurination … Continue reading

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Mosquito Bred to Fight Dengue Fever Shows Promise in Study

Mosquito Bred to Fight Dengue Fever Shows Promise in Study By Reg Gale Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) — Scientists, attempting to halt Dengue fever, for the first time released mosquitoes into the wild that had been genetically modified to pass on … Continue reading

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Animals: Flying Insects Captured in 3D

“Flydra,” a new multi-camera, real-time, three-dimensional method of recording multiple flying animals, shows the minutest details of airborne insects. Click link at right to get the whole story. This movie shows various 2-D cameras tracking…

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Spermless Mosquitoes Could Help Halt Malaria Spread

Spermless Mosquitoes Could Help Halt Malaria Spread Published August 09, 2011| Reuters Releasing genetically modified, spermless male mosquitoes into the wild could in future help to prevent malaria transmission and reduce the chances of large outbreaks of the killer disease, … Continue reading

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Mosquitoes increase disease risk in USA – USATODAY.com

Mosquitoes increase disease risk in USA – USATODAY.com. Appearance: Mosquitoes bite with their mouth parts and have scales on the back of their wings. Size: Approximately ½-inch long. Behavior: Mosquitoes have caused countless problems for man throughout history. The mosquito … Continue reading

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Florida budget cuts, mosquito burst create itchy issue ~ REUTERS

Florida budget cuts, mosquito burst create itchy issue By Amy Wimmer Schwarb ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla | Fri Jul 15, 2011 4:48pm EDT (Reuters) – James David’s job of controlling mosquitoes in a part of Florida that Spanish explorers once dubbed … Continue reading

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Top 10 Bloodsuckers: Female Mosquito

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