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  1. IMAGE: Scientists at UC Riverside have developed a seaweed-based ant bait that can help homeowners and farmers control invasive Argentine ant populations. RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- Scientists at ...

  2. Plasticine Caterpillar

    EurekAlert!7 days ago

    Insects drove the trend, not mammals or birds. "As someone who has studied insect biodiversity in the tropics for most of my life, I wasn't surprised that insects were responsible for most of ...

  3. "A 70 percent reduction is really successful, especially considering we are not spraying an insecticide but instead using a very targeted method that is better for the environment," said Dong-Hwan ...

  4. There will be “Big Bugs” on exhibit June 3-Aug. 29 at Media’s Tyler Arboretum. You’ll find it along the 1.5 miles of the arboretum’s Scenic Loop. Long Island, NY sculptor David Rogers has built ...

  5. As if raging wildfires and withered landscaping weren’t enough, here’s one more reason to hate the drought: fleas. “We started seeing flea problems in January and February — when it usually ...

  6. As if raging wildfires and withered landscaping weren’t enough, here’s one more reason to hate the drought: fleas. “We started seeing flea problems in January and February — when it usually ...

  7. What should you do if you are bitten by a tick? KREM 2’s Rob Harris set out to verify the best way to handle with a bite. A recent viral video showed peppermint oil causing a tick to detach ...

  8. The early spring has brought the ticks out ahead of schedule in Minnesota, and experts are warning people to protect themselves against the serious diseases they can carry. The Minnesota Department ...

  9. Noted molecular neurobiologist Leslie Vosshall of the Rockefeller University, New York City, will speak on “Neurobiology of the World’s Most Dangerous Animal” — the mosquito — at a seminar set ...

  10. Karen Vail, a entomology professor at the University of Tennessee, says bird mites normally don’t pose a threat to humans.

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