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  1. Insects will probably always come and go, but when a new wave is marching toward us, it's concerning. The insect is extremely devastating because it devours more than 300 species ...

  2. Bring them to the Arboretum to enjoy a children’s insect workshop with Hancock County Extension Agent Christian Stephenson on Friday, June 13 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. Just this morning ...

  3. Stinging Insect Allergy

    KNBN Rapid City4 days ago

    Getting tested for insect sting allergies can identity what caused the reaction. Dr. Halie Anderson at Rapid City Medical Center says you can train your immune system to not be allergic ...

  4. There was no better way to appreciate the importance of National Pollinator Week than to hear native plant guru and author Doug Tallamy speak last weekend at the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science ...

  5. A tiny lime-green insect with red eyes that ejects bubbles from its rear end is hiding in your backyard. Meet the spittlebug, Philaenus spumarius. “This is the best time to see spittlebugs ...

  6. About 100 million years ago, a prehistoric tick had its “worst day ever” — one that turned out to be its last — when it found itself stuck in a spider web and unable to escape. Soon after, the ...

  7. After it flowers, insect pollinators are lured by the six-foot tall plant's foul scent, likened to the smell of rotting flesh, hence its other name of 'corpse flower'.

  8. On the heels of the Center for Disease Control advisory in May, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reminds individuals to take precautions to prevent tick and insect ...

  9. The cases occurred in Los Angeles, Kern and Riverside counties.

  10. The killer is a shiny green insect from Asia called the emerald ash borer. That bug, which earlier invaded Ohio and Michigan, has so infested forests here that local landowners are hastily ...

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