LARVACIDING-June 25, 2003-Public Health Inspector, Elaine Pacheco, depositsAltosid pellets (a larvac : News Photo

LARVACIDING-June 25, 2003-Public Health Inspector, Elaine Pacheco, depositsAltosid pellets (a larvac

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LARVACIDING-June 25, 2003-Public Health Inspector, Elaine Pacheco, depositsAltosid pellets (a larvacide methoprene) in a storm water catch basin, in Toronto, as part of the city's West Nile Virus program to control and mosquitoes and reduce the risk of illness. The larvacide will be deposited in approximately 175,000 storm water catch basins maintained by the city of Torontoand then marked with green spray paint to show it has been deposited. Wednesday June 25, 2003. (TANNIS TOOHEY/TORONTO STAR) (Photo by Tannis Toohey/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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LARVACIDING-June 25, 2003-Public Health Inspector, Elaine Pacheco, depositsAltosid pellets (a larvacide methoprene) in a storm water catch basin, in Toronto, as part of the city's West Nile Virus program to control and mosquitoes and reduce the risk of illness. The larvacide will be deposited in approximately 175,000 storm water catch basins maintained by the city of Torontoand then marked with green spray paint to show it has been deposited. Wednesday June 25, 2003. (TANNIS TOOHEY/TORONTO STAR) (Photo by Tannis Toohey/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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