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    1. A study published this month in the Journal of Medical Entomology showed tick numbers on several properties in New Jersey dropped by 97 percent in 2014, after two separate 9-week tick ...

    2. Nina Jenkins, a senior research associate for the Penn State entomology department, is the head of the bedbug research team. "it's everyone's worst nightmare to know that you have introduced ...

    3. North Dakota State University entomology doctoral student Eduardo Faundez is nearing the rare and remarkable milestone of 100 scientific publications. Faundez now stands at 97 research articles, with two more recently accepted for publication.

    4. NC State Entomology Graduate Student Association will be there with information about bugs and bees.

    5. Call it a "tick apocalypse." That means that tick-borne illnesses, from Lyme disease to the dangerous (yet rarer) Rocky Mountain spotted fever, are likely to rise this year.

    6. LOCAL SPORTS BRIEFS | PostIndependent.com

      Glenwood Springs Post Independent2 hours ago

      HOLE IN ONEAudrey Adgate recorded her first hole in one March 18 at the Glenwood Springs Golf Course, marking the first hole-in-one of the season in the valley. Adgate

    7. Shaping up to be a bad season for ticks

      The Fairfield Citizen3 days ago

      This March 2002 file photo shows a deer tick under a microscope in the entomology lab at the University of Rhode Island in South Kingstown, R.I. The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment ...

    8. “They live better close with us than without us,” said Dini Miller, a professor of entomology at Virginia Tech University, and an urban pest management specialist. “We give them food, ...

    9. Between 6,000 and 9,000 caterpillars feed one nestfull of young, according to Doug Tallamy, professor of entomology and wildlife ecology at the University of Delaware.

    10. Dennis vanEngelsdorp, an assistant professor of entomology at the University of Maryland and project manager for Bee Informed, believes the worst threat to bees is varroa mites. This ...

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