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The ScuttleBUZZ Goes Live.

by StlMosquitoControl

Mosquito Squad of Greater St. Louis has a new blog name…The ScuttleBUZZ. We love The Backyard BBQ Company.

Catching Up With Mosquito Squad!

by StlMosquitoControl

For those of you who anxiously await my blogs, I apologize for the recent lag. Mosquito Squad of Greater Saint Louis has been so busy fighting mosquitoes and winning that we have hardly had time for anything else.

Conway Kids’ Lemonade Stand Raises Money for the World Bird Sanctuary

by StlMosquitoControl

Conway School has the best group of third graders! At Tilles Park every Sunday from noon-2:00 during the month of May, they are sponsoring a lemonade stand. The proceeds will benefit the World Bird Sanctuary and its mission to help injured birds of prey.

It’s World Malaria Day.

by StlMosquitoControl

Every year 850,000 people die from malaria. 90 percent of those who die are under the age of five. We at Mosquito Squad (the world’s largest mosquito control company) have a social purpose to help raise funds to end malaria deaths in Africa by 2015, and heighten awareness of the malaria plight, by supporting Malaria No More in every way possible.

Is St. Louis Southern?

by StlMosquitoControl

The other day, I was reading an article in Southern Living titled “40 Things Every Southerner Ought to Do!” (For the record I’ve done 34 of those things). I was pleasantly surprised to see 3 must-dos are right here in St. Louis! # 21 Enjoy a frozen treat at Ted Drewes. #23 Go to the top of the Arch. #39 Stroll through the Missouri Botanical Garden.

Flightless Mosquitoes Used in the Fight Against Dengue Fever.

by StlMosquitoControl

People in the science, health and technology fields have always fascinated me. And once again, I am amazed by these smarty-pants. Thanks to researchers from the Univerisity of California at Irvine and Oxford University, mankind now has a new tool in the shed to help in the age old battle against mosquitoes.

Mosquito Squad battles the Tiger Mosquito.

by StlMosquitoControl

The Tiger Mosquito is only about 1/8 inch long. It is black with white stripes on its legs and body. There is a single white stripe down the center of its head and back. It’s these stripes that give it the name “Tiger” Mosquito, not its desire to frequently mate. These mosquitoes can have as many as 12 generations per year!