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#1 - evilbastard
Reply +139
(08/11/2013) [-]
Damnit ....I was all excited to hear that until I looked them up , frigin tropical bastards can't help us up here in Canada .
Damnit ....I was all excited to hear that until I looked them up , frigin tropical bastards can't help us up here in Canada .
#11 to #1 - slashendrix
Reply +16
(08/11/2013) [-]
Mosquitoes: Canada's Official Bird
#84 to #11 - coletaylor
Reply 0
(08/12/2013) [-]
**** it's maine's state bird lol
#53 to #11 - arrowinurbutt
Reply 0
(08/11/2013) [-]
Bro, that's Florida...
#7 to #1 - godtherapist
Reply +5
(08/11/2013) [-]
You can breed Crane Flies. Sometimes called Wolf mosquitoes. They do not attack or eat mosquitoes directly but the larvae of the Crane Fly has been known to eat the Larvae of Mosquitoes.
#3 to #1 - gisuar
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(08/11/2013) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacillus_thuringiensis

Bacillus thuringiensis serovar israelensis, a strain of B. thuringiensis is widely used as a larvicide against mosquito larvae, where it is also considered an environmentally friendly method of mosquito control.[21]
#4 to #3 - evilbastard
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(08/11/2013) [-]
There are many different types of larvicide on the market and used by municipalities and townships throughout Canada but they're only effective if they can get the stuff to where it's needed . I live in the Edmonton Alberta area and unless the Govt. does a massive aerial spraying campaign , and I mean massive , the stuff wouldn't get to the areas where it's needed . The beauty of the post that OP left for us here is that these little buggers could migrate and disperse with wind currents to all affected areas thereby providing an effective control . My point was therefore obvious .