I live in Texas and I noticed that there are no mosquitoes. Every year, we have a vast amount of flies and mosquitoes, and I am very aware because I like sitting outside in the backyard, but at this time of the year it's almost impossible to sit out early in the morning and later in the day without being massacred by them bloodsuckers. Well, not this year. I talked to mom about it, she lives in Venezuela, and she said that she also noticed that she does not need to use the mosquito repellent because "they are gone, even though it's rainy season." Today I was thinking of how not having mosquitoes/flies affect the natural balance of the food chain. Maybe these are isolated instances, but I tell you, there are no mosquitos around here. Is it another more subtle tactic to mess with our food supply?