Florida Keys Mosquito Control District inspectors Larry Leopard and John Carson work Sept. 10 and 11 to remove debris on Stock Island. The large-scale effort tackled several wooded areas to remove debris that potentially provides haven for Asian-Tiger mosquitoes to breed. The garbage was overflowing in the rented dumpster within the first five hours of disposal work.
Florida Keys Mosquito Control District inspectors Larry Leopard and John Carson work Sept. 10 and 11 to remove debris on Stock Island. The large-scale effort tackled several wooded areas to remove debris that potentially provides haven for Asian-Tiger mosquitoes to breed. The garbage was overflowing in the rented dumpster within the first five hours of disposal work. Courtesy MOSQUITO CONTROL
Florida Keys Mosquito Control District inspectors Larry Leopard and John Carson work Sept. 10 and 11 to remove debris on Stock Island. The large-scale effort tackled several wooded areas to remove debris that potentially provides haven for Asian-Tiger mosquitoes to breed. The garbage was overflowing in the rented dumpster within the first five hours of disposal work. Courtesy MOSQUITO CONTROL

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September 18, 2013 12:40 PM

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