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  1. Sword, a professor of entomology at College Station, was cited for research that led to collaboration with an industry partner, which has subsequently produced a commercially available ...

  2. Two mosquito species known to carry chikungunya, dengue and Zika viruses have been reported in more counties and states across the southern United States, according to new research and surveillance ...

  3. The SWLA Beekeepers Association and the LSU AgCenter will present its annual Basic Beekeepers Class on Monday, July 10th, 6-9pm, at the Beauregard Parish Sheriff’s Training Center in DeRidder ...

  4. By Keith Bruno and Sally High Special to The PREVIEW The Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership (GGP) welcomes all birders, experienced or first-timers, to join local experts at the GGP Amphitheater ...

  5. He was born in the United Kingdom and grew up in Bristol, where his father was a professor of entomology and an authority on beetles. He is the great-great-grandson of George Boole, the ...

  6. To Avoid Mosquitoes: Get Smart!

    PR Newswire via Yahoo Finance1 day ago

    June 25 marks the start of National Mosquito Control Awareness Week (NMCAW). SC ...

  7. A small mite is causing big trouble for New York’s honeybee population and putting in peril the fruit and vegetable crops that depend on these pollinators. • A study to determine the impact ...

  8. DNR targets gypsy moths from the air

    Chicago Tribune2 days ago

    Sadof, a Purdue University Entomology professor. Gypsy moths are especially partial to the oak trees and oak savanna that are common in Northern Indiana, he said. During its caterpillar ...

  9. Protect Yourself From Tick-Borne Illness

    Consumer Reports via Yahoo News2 days ago

    Doing this reduced the prevalence of blacklegged ticks by more than 97 percent over two years, according to a study published this year in the Journal of Medical Entomology. “The mice ...

  10. Two species of mosquitoes known to carry the Zika virus were found in more U.S. counties than previously thought, according to CDC data.

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