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  1. Cut Christmas trees are a tradition reaching back to 16th century Germany, when evergreens were brought inside and decorated with candles, sweets or ribbon. One way to keep the holiday cheer ...

  2. The insect infestation in the basement of Virginia Tech’s Seitz Hall is Paul Marek’s fault. The entomologist has used the space to create a home for many of the more than 400,000 insect specimens ...

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    Tulsa World17 hours ago

    Virginia Tech student curator Grant Schiermeyer (left) and entomology professor Paul Marek inspect specimens in the collection’s new home located in the basement of Virginia Tech’s Seitz Hall.

  4. First of all, unless you’re living inside some slapstick Christmas comedy movie, it’s unlikely you’ll bring a squirrel inside your home on your fresh-cut Christmas tree. Nancy Troyano, an entomologist ...

  5. BLOOMINGTON — Applications are now available for Illinois Soybean Association’s 2018-19 crop sciences scholarships.The ISA scholarships are offered each year to students entering their junior ...

  6. Be on lookout for destructive insect

    The Fayette Tribune2 days ago

    The West Virginia Department of Agriculture (WVDA) is asking citizens to be on the lookout for a potential new invasive species to West Virginia. The spotted lanternfly, a destructive, invasive ...

  7. Limiting a much-needed resource could pit pathogens against one another and prevent the emergence of drug resistance. New research demonstrates that harnessing competition among pathogens inside ...

  8. Western corn rootworm can destroy cornfields - and profits - but populations of the "billion-dollar bug" have stopped responding to insecticides and the genetically modified corn hybrids designed ...

  9. Find out the difference between voles and moles

    The Biloxi Sun Herald4 days ago

    Based upon her description, I came to the conclusion that she had voles. There are almost two dozen species of voles in North America. Because they spend most of their life underground, voles are sometimes confused with moles. Moles are predators.

  10. This summer she completed an entomology internship at the Smithsonian, thanks to her senior capstone research project and her adviser, professor Paul J. Johnson at South Dakota State ...

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