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Bat houses added to mosquito arsenal

Natural predators may help towns curb viruses

By Christine Wallgren
Globe Correspondent / September 14, 2006

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Spraying mosquito-killing pesticides may be the region's short-term way to fight Eastern equine encephalitis and West Nile virus, but some towns are quickly investing in a longer-term solution, too: putting up bat houses. (Full article: 1037 words)

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