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Study Finds Zika-Control Products Not Found in Lobster Population in Long Island Sound 

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Welcome to the American Mosquito Control Association

AMCA® is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to providing leadership, information and education leading to the enhancement of public health and quality of life through the suppression of mosquitoes.

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Learn More About Mosquito-Borne Diseases

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Frequently Asked Questions About Mosquitoes

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Learn More About AMCA Membership

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Learn How To Control Mosquitoes Around Your Home

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Learn About Mosquito Repellents

» Leadership

AMCA is a professional association with members in over 50 countries, representing researchers, educators, vector control professionals, industry representatives, and students.

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» Information

There are over 3,000 different species of mosquitoes throughout the world; about 200 species occur in the United States.


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» Education

AMCA is proud to offer educational events that highlight the latest science, technology, and products used to conduct research and control vectors.


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** NEW AMCA WEBINAR ON TUESDAY, JUNE 13TH**
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Presented by Christopher Bibbs
Sponsored by BAYER
 
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** Recently updated from 2009 version by the AMCA expert advisory panel as part of the CDC sole-source contract for Establishment of Training and Certification Programs for Mosquito Surveillance and Control.

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This letter to the Editor of the Wall Street Journal appeared online in the January 18 edition.  If you are subscriber to the WSJ, you can read the published version here.