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The War Against Zika: Fighting Mosquitoes With MosquitoesThousands of male mosquitoes were released in South Miami's Brewer Park Thursday. 
Lab-Bred, Bacteria-Infected Mosquitoes To Be Used To Help Combat ZikaThousands of bacteria-infected mosquitoes will be flying near Miami to test a new way to suppress insects that carry Zika and other viruses.
Scientists: Freezing Cold Winter Could Mean Much Fewer Bugs In SummerAs many states are still digging out from the frigid "bomb cyclone," some are looking for the possible bright side of a brutal winter: less bugs in the summer.
Mosquito Control Operations Resume Amid Irma CleanupHurricane Irma may be gone but the mosquitoes the storm left behind could be here a while which is why health officials are asking Florida residents to help prevent mosquito breeding after the storm.
Swarm Of Mosquitoes Expected In Harvey AftermathStanding water from Harvey could create a major boom in the mosquito population and mosquito-borne diseases, a health expert warns. 
Broward Attacks Mosquitoes With Naled A new round of mosquito spraying took off in parts of Broward County Friday morning and will continue Saturday as well.
Broward To Spray For Mosquitoes With Naled This WeekendBroward County Mosquito Control is scheduled to spray Naled this weekend in parts of the County to control the mosquito population.
Miami-Dade Aerial Spraying For Mosquitoes On MondayAerial spraying for mosquitoes is set to commence early Monday morning.
Back-To-School Mosquito ControlLearn how to protect your child from mosquitoes and the diseases they may carry.
Cryptic Breeding: The Secret Life Of The Aedes Aegypti MosquitoWhat makes the Aedes aegypti peskier than other mosquito species? It can breed in some odd places no one would ever think to look.
Mosquitoes Love BromeliadsMuch has been made of the mosquito’s love affair with the bromeliad. But does that mean you should eliminate your decorative plants? Nope!
Construction Sites And Mosquito BreedingAs giant cranes help erect more and more high rises, the Miami cityscape is growing. But along with it, the mosquito population is, too.

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