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Photo of toad
A toad waits for insects on a porch on Marshall Hinsley's farm. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of mosquito larva
The wiggle tail mosquito larva in a pool of water Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of water strider on surface of water
A water strider skates across the surface of the water, always in search of something to eat. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of tadpoles in murky water
Tadpoles appear in a pool near Marshall Hinsley's home, ready to eat any insects that cross their path. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of mosquito dunks
Mosquito dunks are an organic solution to mosquitoes in standing water. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of dragonfly
Dragonflies are hungry predators of mosquito larva. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of organic insect repellent products
Organic insect repellents are effective, even without DEET. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of roll of window screen
Window screen is a non-toxic form of mosquito control. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of mosquito dunk in water with white PVC pipe
In standing water, mosquito dunks kill larva that feed on it. Photo by Marshall Hinsley