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(Trust.org)   Plankton more effective at preventing mosquitoes from breeding than larvacide. On the negative side, it involves green slime on all bodies of standing water so it's a bit of a tradeoff   (trust.org) divider line 7
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2013-12-17 08:31:41 AM  
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2013-12-17 08:47:28 AM  

SecretAgentWoman: [images4.wikia.nocookie.net image 250x311]


Done....We can toss this thread in the ol' Chum Bucket..
 
2013-12-17 09:46:59 AM  
Natural predators of mosquito larvae also come to mind.
 
2013-12-17 10:04:50 AM  

dragonchild: Natural predators of mosquito larvae also come to mind.


There are many types of small fish that prey on mosquito larvae.
 
hej [TotalFark]
2013-12-17 10:57:24 AM  
I'll gladly take green slime over mosquitos.
 
2013-12-17 12:01:26 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: dragonchild: Natural predators of mosquito larvae also come to mind.

There are many types of small fish that prey on mosquito larvae.


One that is particularly efficient is the aptly named Mosquito fish.

However, they are not recommended for introduction into natural habitats, as they go after more than just mosquitoes.

However, in water features, they are great.
 
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2013-12-17 09:42:27 PM  
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