PARAMUS - "The breeding has started. We're going to get them at the larval stage. You've got 63 species of mosquitoes in New Jersey alone," said Pete Rendine, chief inspector for Bergen County's mosquito control department, on Tuesday moments before he handed a bucket full of bug-eating Gambusia fish to Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco to pour into a Paramus swamp to help minimize the mosquito population. "It takes them a day or two to get used to the environment. Then they start eating like piranhas."