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#184809 - 09/24/09 09:18 AM Re: Big Mosquito? [Re: Bruce Condello]
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Registered: 02/27/05
Posts: 4025
Loc: Houston, Tx.
 Originally Posted By: Bruce Condello
 Originally Posted By: Theo Gallus
Not a healthy mosquito - only a dyne mosquito.


I have no comment on this...


Sorry, folks, it's all my fault.
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#184931 - 09/24/09 06:37 PM Re: Big Mosquito? [Re: Cecil Baird1]
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Registered: 12/01/02
Posts: 355
Loc: Edmonton Alberta
 Originally Posted By: Cecil Baird1
 Originally Posted By: bobad
Tigers are very tiny. We have a few around here, but they're not pests so far. Their bite is niggling compared to standard mosquitoes.

My neighbor calls those huge ones like in Cecil's picture "Canadian Soldiers". I can't imagine why, but they're impressive, and hurt.


Everything bad comes from "up north." The farther north the worse.


Hey, carefull. Reminds me of a saying we have in western Canada. "The only good thing that comes out of the east is the sun (when referring to Toronto folk).

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#185069 - 09/25/09 02:15 PM Re: Big Mosquito? [Re: Wood]
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Registered: 08/08/02
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Loc: Northeastern Indiana
 Originally Posted By: Wood
 Originally Posted By: Cecil Baird1
 Originally Posted By: bobad
Tigers are very tiny. We have a few around here, but they're not pests so far. Their bite is niggling compared to standard mosquitoes.

My neighbor calls those huge ones like in Cecil's picture "Canadian Soldiers". I can't imagine why, but they're impressive, and hurt.


Everything bad comes from "up north." The farther north the worse.



Hey, carefull. Reminds me of a saying we have in western Canada. "The only good thing that comes out of the east is the sun (when referring to Toronto folk).


Only kidding in response to the, "Canadian soldier" mosquitos. I love Canada. If I had to live there I wouldn't have a problem with it. Of course I like to ice fish and the more remote the country the better!
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#185100 - 09/25/09 07:00 PM Re: Big Mosquito? [Re: Cecil Baird1]
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I knew you were joking Cecil. Oh and by the way, for all of you south of the border, fall is in full swing here and I am returning your birds to you, with new ones from the summer hatch. So far I've seen Snow geese,Canada geese, and all the other assorted water fowl, ducks, grebes,coots, mergansers and loons. Also, pelicans, herons, cormorants,tundra swans and sandhill cranes. All pointed directly south. Have a nice winter.

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#185112 - 09/25/09 09:29 PM Re: Big Mosquito? [Re: Wood]
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 Originally Posted By: Wood
I knew you were joking Cecil. Oh and by the way, for all of you south of the border, fall is in full swing here and I am returning your birds to you, with new ones from the summer hatch. So far I've seen Snow geese,Canada geese, and all the other assorted water fowl, ducks, grebes,coots, mergansers and loons. Also, pelicans, herons, cormorants,tundra swans and sandhill cranes. All pointed directly south. Have a nice winter.


Wood,

What kind of temps are you seeing up there now? Frost yet?
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#185954 - 10/02/09 01:26 PM Re: Big Mosquito? [Re: Cecil Baird1]
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Loc: Edmonton Alberta
Cecil, very mild fall, unusual for here. It was -7c this morning, so it's coming.

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#185961 - 10/02/09 02:11 PM Re: Big Mosquito? [Re: Wood]
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Registered: 05/14/04
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Loc: Central Ohio
 Originally Posted By: Wood
Oh and by the way, for all of you south of the border, fall is in full swing here and I am returning your birds to you, with new ones from the summer hatch. So far I've seen Snow geese,Canada geese, and all the other assorted water fowl, ducks, grebes,coots, mergansers and loons. Also, pelicans, herons, cormorants,tundra swans and sandhill cranes. All pointed directly south. Have a nice winter.

Thanks. I'll cover my head.
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