Mosquitoes cause more human suffering than any other organism — over one million people worldwide die yearly from mosquito-borne diseases such as Chikungunya, West Nile, Dengue, Yellow Fever, and Zika1. Controlling the population of these mosquitoes is critical to controlling the spread of the viruses they transmit. Unfortunately, popular control methods have not stopped the spread of these mosquitoes.  Insecticides and larvicides accumulate in the environment, always kill more than the intended species, and may be toxic to humans. In addition, there is evidence that mosquitoes are becoming resistant to the insecticides!2  Mosquito traps using carbon dioxide or pheromones as a lure are expensive to purchase and operate.  And biological control with aquatic predators does not work for the mosquitoes which spread Zika, which often…