Zancudo (mosquito) trap!
Or rather, attractant.
Evidently they've identified a couple of alternate chemical pathways that will either confuse/disorient the mosquitos (think about it like being drunk), or attract them almost as much as carbon dioxide does.
I bring this here b/c Nicaragua, of course, stands to benefit. The main attractant, useful for traps, is available for as little as $30/kilo (at the first Google result to sell it, anyway) in quantities of 10kg. The stuff has roughly the density of water (a bit less, actually). No idea how many gallons that would be, but then you can water it down to about 20% volume, according to the study, and still have almost the same effect as a carbon dioxide trap.
I was thinking of ordering some, putting it in perfume bottles, smuggling it in, and having the girlfriend's family build a few homemade traps with 120v of electric death awaiting those hungry mosquitos! Feliz navidad, zancudos!!!
PS - Cyclopentanone, the attractant, is approved for use as a fragrance in the US. It is specifically noted by the authors as having a "minty" smell. This was a very practical study, the authors recognized that, and were even surprised by the results. The study itself is relatively readable, though its results are also easily summarized. Check it out, if you have the time.