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Some Fun and Bugged Out Stuff You Probably Don’t Know About Mosquitoes…

January 12, 2017

1. Their mating call is that buzz you hear. 2. Komarno, Manitoba, the Mosquito Capital of Canada, hosts the world’s largest statue of a mosquito. (“Komarno” is Ukrainian for “mosquito.”) Sculpted in 1984, the roadside “big bug” it of steel and has a wingspan of 15 feet and doubles as a weathervane, changing direction with […]

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Trade Show News: F&S Enterprises South Florida Exhibitor

December 14, 2016

One of our top distributors – F&S Enterprises, just had a very successful trade show in South Florida working with a supply house called Melrose Irrigation & Supply. It was a great success!  Let’s see who is next… F&S Enterprises, Inc. are mosquito and irrigation experts serving Miami/Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. Since January 2012, […]

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The CDC Zika Page

December 9, 2016

Zika virus spreads to people primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito (Ae. aegypti and Ae. albopictus), but can also be spread during sex by a person infected with Zika to his or her sex partners. Many people infected with Zika won’t have symptoms, but for those who do, the illness is […]

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Texas reports first case of Zika likely from local mosquitoes

December 1, 2016

Texas officials announced Monday that a woman who tested positive for the Zika virus is likely the first case transmitted by a mosquito in the state. The woman lives in the Rio Grande Valley’s Cameron County on the far southeastern tip of Texas on the Gulf Coast and Mexican border, according to Texas Department of […]

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Zika counts rise in Florida as more nations note microcephaly

November 18, 2016

Florida officials have confirmed more locally transmitted Zika, and Argentina and Guadeloupe have reported their first congenital microcephaly cases. Ongoing spread in Miami Beach, Little River The Florida Department of Health (Florida Health) reported six new cases of locally acquired Zika yesterday and today. Yesterday the Florida Health reported three new locally acquired cases of […]

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Advice for people living in or traveling to South Florida

November 18, 2016

On August 1, 2016, CDC issued guidance for people living in or traveling to a 1-square-mile area of the Wynwood neighborhood in Miami, FL, identified by the Florida Department of Health as having mosquito-borne spread of Zika. On August 19, CDC also issued guidance for a 1.5-square-mile section of Miami Beach identified to have mosquito-borne […]

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We’ve got you covered – announcing two new distributors!

November 9, 2016

Two more distributors have joined the Sprinkler Magician team! For all your mosquito control needs, please contact: Danielle and Craig Chesley cover the areas around Florida’s “Space Coast” If you live in any of these counties, reach out to them for a consultation! Serving: Marion, Flagler, Volusia, Brevard and Indian River Counties. Mosquito Magician Volusia […]

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Florida’s Surgeon General dispatched a letter to Miami Mayor demanding a comprehensive breakdown for combating Zika

October 28, 2016

One day after the nation’s top-ranking infectious disease expert praised Miami-Dade for its response to a local Zika outbreak, Florida’s Surgeon General dispatched a letter to Mayor Carlos Gimenez demanding a comprehensive breakdown of spending, specific data on mosquito surveillance and a plan for combating the virus’ spread through winter and into next year. Noting […]

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