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  1. IMAGE: These are various Lucilia blow flies collected. Researchers at IUPUI have observed the first evidence of Lucilia cuprina in Indiana, an insect previously known to populate southern states from Virginia to California.

  2. An entomologist at Clemson University’s Coastal Research and Education Center has been awarded a prestigious fellowship to further her work in understanding how predatory mites can be used to ...

  3. As if Hurricane Florence and then the aftermath of Hurricane Michael hitting North Carolina wasn’t enough for those folks to deal with, now they have giant, zebra-legged mosquitoes to worry about. How large are these giant mosquitoes?

  4. DNR: Boxwood blight found in Indiana

    Greene County Daily World5 days ago

    The DNR Division of Entomology & Plant Pathology has discovered that a shipment of boxwood plants infected with boxwood blight was shipped to Indiana in May. This is important because ...

  5. Have you ever been curious about how to keep bees? Over the past few years, we’ve noticed the increasing “buzz” about beekeeping in Pearl River County. Dr. Smith will provide an introduction ...

  6. Danelle Harrison arrived in the basin a few weeks ago, U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) recently announced. "We are excited to welcome Danelle to our Tahoe Basin ...

  7. CHERRY HILL – On an unseasonably swampy October day, Lauren Segreto was in a cool, air-conditioned lab inside the Camden County Environmental Center, a building nestled along Park Drive, where ...

  8. While millions of Americans took a break from their daily routines for the August 21, 2017, total solar eclipse, they might not have noticed a similar phenomenon happening nearby: In the path ...

  9. On the Fly: To cast is to hope

    The Aspen Times2 days ago

    Last weekend brought Casting for Recovery's Colorado crew to the Roaring Fork Valley for their third annual fly-fishing retreat at the historic Redstone Inn. The chapter is led by Colorado Western ...

  10. City Week

    Tucson Weekly3 days ago

    In Tucson, third Thursdays are for contemporary art. This month, visitors can build their very own "pocket shrines" or little miniature altars, with the help of DIRT (Alan Dickson and Taylor Garcia Dickson).

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