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The Western Mosquitofish And Its Benefits…When I saw the name of this freshwater species it reall caught my attention. I was asking myself. Hmmm… Does it has anything to do with a mosquito that bites us every time we are outside during summer or at night? So,I did a little research on it and found out what it was.Well,the fact is The Mosquito Fish is a name used for several species of Gambusia, including Gambusia affinis and Gambusia holbrooki...(continue reading please click an above link)
Muscovy Duck - VERY good for eating mosquitoes and poisons spiders. (: They have also been known to have a dog like personality and may make friends of their humans. // Originally i searched this bread because it's one of the top rated for producing meat but now I think i'd have to keep him around. (:
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Lavender helps repel mosquitos. Herbs such as lavender, rosemary, lemon thyme, lemongrass, catnip, lemon balm, peppermint and basil smell amazing — but not to mosquitoes. Pinching off herbs not only releases the fragrance but they taste delicious in foods, including pasta and fish.
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Mosquito Fish (Gambusia affinis) are a live bearer, meaning they do not spawn eggs, but instead bear young fry. Typically, mosquito fish are no more than 1.5" in length, but can be as large as 4" in length. They are gray in color and are very active swimmers. Mosquito Fish can be used as a feeder fish, as they are used in place of feeder guppies, but their primary purpose is to control mosquito populations. They are a great addition to any garden pond.
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Tips on eliminating & avoiding mosquitoes: Stock up on Mosquito Fish(Gambusia affinis)! Place them in bird baths, fountains, ornamental ponds, water gardens, unused pools, spas etc., and animal water troughs. The young fish will eat mosquito larvae as fast as they can hatch out of their eggs. Most county vector control programs provide these fish free of charge.
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