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Prompt, courteous, polite and professional service. Fully explained the application process, and the nature and impact of the products that were applied. Always available the discuss and answer any questions. Overall, very pleased with the entire experience. So far (after one application) the products seem to be very effective. Would highly recommend ~ Thomas K., Acton, MA It really works! ~ Donna B.
Alaskan snow mosquito – Aaron Jansen illustration We’ve all heard about the Asian Tiger mosquito. It’s the aggressive day feeding mosquito with tiger like stripes. The Asian Tiger spreads West Nile Virus, Yellow Fever, and Dengue Fever among other diseases. This little bugger’s scientific name is Aedes Albopictus. It’s also known as the Forest Day mosquito but don’t be fooled; they are out in cities, suburbs, and anywhere else they can breed in standing water.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDH) announced that a mosquito collected in one of their samples tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV). The mosquito was found July 3rd 2014 in a trap used by MDH to look for mosquito viruses. It is a bit early in the summer to find a mosquito positive for WNV.