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    1. The researchers noted that pyrethroid insecticides are a mainstay of bed bug control, but there is compelling evidence that many bed-bug populations have developed resistance ...

    2. the trail and she collecting on the other. "We're not kids, and we're aware sooner or later, we're not going to be able to work with the collection," Charlie O'Brien said ...

    3. This particular bee is the latest in a growing list of threatened pollinators with big implications for what we eat. In eastern Tennessee's Smoky Mountains National Park ...

    4. The new technique, first tried in a separate study of honey bees using a slightly different protocol, is a vast improvement over other approaches -- for example, ...

    5. FORT PIERCE, Fla. -- An entomologist recognized internationally as a specialist in biological control of insect pests has been named interim director of the University of ...

    6. The good news for a homeowner is that as soon as the colony is weakened by baits, the neighboring colony would immediately invade its tunneling system, discover ...

    7. According to new research to be published next week in the Entomological Society of America's Journal of Economic Entomology, the fungicide iprodione, when ...

    8. of high temperature and lowered humidity, a new USGS-led study has found. In an earlier related study, the researchers found that southern black-legged ticks, unlike ...

    9. New Clues on Why You Can’t Escape Cockroaches

      The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

      TOKYO—A new study offers a hint why American cockroaches are so hard to get rid of: Females can breed for years and multiply their numbers dozens of times alone...other ...

    10. We still don't know exactly how the chemical affects bees, just as scientists still aren't sure if glyphosate is harmful to humans. A 2015 study in the Journal of ...

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