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  1. People like to think of their dwellings as safely insulated from the outside world, but many types of spiders can be found inside. The most common species we encountered were cobweb spiders ...

  2. Got ticked?

    Abilene Reflector-Chronicle7 days ago

    Jeff Whitworth, associate professor in the Department of Entomology, said because of weather conditions, ticks are being seen in June instead of early spring. “The eggs are hatching out ...

  3. Please don’t squish the ladybug larvae on your crape myrtle trees.

  4. The Lone Star tick, the most aggressive tick species that targets humans in New Jersey, has extended its range to cover a majority of the state, according to data gathered by the Center for ...

  5. A lot of mosquitoes,” said Susan Paskewitz, professor in the UW-Madison Department of Entomology. State health officials have confirmed the West Nile virus has been discovered in Wisconsin ...

  6. VERIFY: Can tea tree oil repel ticks?

    WHAS TV11 Louisville4 days ago

    A viewer said she's seen posts on Facebook claiming tea tree oil can repel ticks. Our Verify team talked to the experts.

  7. Tallamy, author of “Bringing Nature Home,” is an entomology professor at the University of Delaware. You couldn’t have heard his talk without coming away knowing that pollinator week ...

  8. SOMERVILLE – The Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders and officials from Integrity Health, LLC gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday for a new health care facility on E. Main ...

  9. Led by Hollis Woodard, an assistant professor of entomology, the team found that exposure to a widely used insecticide and a poor diet negatively impacted bumblebee queens' health and ...

  10. Lovett, Orville Lee

    The Capital Times5 days ago

    Lee received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Wilmington College, Wilmington, Ohio in 1962, and his master’s degree in entomology from the UW-Madison in 1964.

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