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  1. Experts say we can expect each tick season to be worse than the last.

  2. An invasive species of tick native to East Asia, New Zealand and Australia has somehow made its way to the northeastern United States, both puzzling and concerning researchers. A Hunterdon County ...

  3. A common assumption held by many was bats eat a ton of mosquitoes. The assumption has now been proven by UW-Madison researchers. By using fecal matter from bats, scientists were able to determine ...

  4. Over a lifetime, some Lancaster County residents may have seen a fox with mange. Now, unfortunately, the scourge of mange has spread to bears, and the Pennsylvania Game Commission recently declared ...

  5. It typically takes a mosquito larvae one week to grow and mature into an adult. That means you have up to a week to get rid of that standing water left over from the flooding.

  6. An invasive vine that can grow as much as six inches per day has been discovered for the first time in Indiana. Ellen Jacquart, invasive education chair for the Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower ...

  7. (WTHR) — Illnesses caused by ticks, mosquitos and flea bites are on the rise. The CDC says the number of disease cases from these bites tripled from 2004 to 2016. This, is the new tick season ...

  8. LSU has recognized 32 students as the Class of 2018 for Leadership LSU, an annual spring program coordinated by LSU Campus Life on behalf of the LSU Office of the Dean of Students. Twenty-eight ...

  9. The emerald ash borer is a pest that is federally regulated. Native to Asia, this borer was first identified in Michigan in 2002; since then it has killed millions of ash in 32 states, and Colorado ...

  10. An invasive tick species found on a sheep in New Jersey last year still has officials concerned, and now it's being found elsewhere. Haemaphysalis longicornis ticks, also known as long-horned ...

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