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Ditching those uninvited guests

Communities fighting to keep burgeoning mosquitoes in check

Timothy Deschamps, executive director of the Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project, checked a trap set up in Hopkinton.
By Thomas Caywood
Globe Correspondent / July 20, 2006

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It wouldn't be summertime without backyard barbecues, but the one-two punch of a mild winter and an unusually wet spring means residents of the western suburbs are entertaining some unwelcome guests -- swarms of hungry mosquitoes. (Full article: 874 words)

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