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Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti) is a group of bacteria used in biological controlW of the larvae of certain insect pests. Bti is toxic to various species of mosquitoes and blackflies, yet has almost no effect on other organisms.[verification needed]

Bti is available commercially, both retail and in bulk for commercial and public agency use. It can come in liquid or granular form.

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