Monthly Archives: March 2013

Yahoo Editorial Gallery of Insects

Checkout this unique gallery of insects created by the Yahoo Editorial team. You can also find them on our Pinterest page at www.pintrest.com/hulettpest

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Ant Farm

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Termite infographic

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Termite Blues

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New Wasp Species Named After Character in Quentin Tarantino’s Film

New Wasp Species Named After Character in Quentin Tarantino’s Film Meet Cystomastacoides kiddo http://www.livescience.com/28021-kiddo-wasp-named-for-kill-bill-assassin.html?cmpid=514627 http://www.sci-news.com/biology/article00947.html

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Spiders

Spider Control

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Hulett Environmental reveals common ant species that are more than just a nuisance

SPRING SUNSHINE SENDS ANTS SEARCHING INDOORS Hulett Environmental reveals common ant species that are more than just a nuisance                                                                                  When spring arrives, ants often become a nuisance for homeowners as they move indoors in search of food. And, with more than … Continue reading

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South Florida Fights To Prevent Termite Swarm

Sun-Sentinel.com: South Florida Fights To Prevent Termite Swarm The coneheads are about to swarm. A ravenous Caribbean termite with a pointy head – hence the name – is awaiting the start of rainy season to send out clouds of winged … Continue reading

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Social bees mark dangerous flowers with chemical signals

Social bees mark dangerous flowers with chemical signals. Via: http://images.sciencedaily.com/2013/03/130314085103.jpg

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U.S. Bed Bugs Evolve Multiple Ways Of Thwarting Insecticides

NationalGeographic.com: U.S. Bed Bugs Evolve Multiple Ways Of Thwarting Insecticides Bedbugs are a growing public health issue in the United States and around the world, but their resurgence in recent years may have been aided by humans who unwittingly helped … Continue reading

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The rhinoceros beetle

The rhinoceros beetle is well-known for its massive pitchfork-shaped horn, but how did it get its wonderful weapon? When a rhinoceros beetle male wants to reproduce, he first has to acquire a feeding site (sap leaks on trees). The problem … Continue reading

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Cicada wings shred bacteria to pieces

http://www.nature.com/news/insect-win… The veined wing of the clanger cicada kills bacteria without any chemical action — one of the first natural surfaces found to do so. An international team of biophysicists now has now come up with a detailed model (and … Continue reading

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FOXNews.com: Could A Roach Save Your Life? Michigan Researchers Build Roach Bots

  FOXNews.com: Could A Roach Save Your Life? Michigan Researchers Build Roach Bots By Allison Barrie   Cockroach research may provide engineers with the key to search-and-rescue robots that will be more capable of operating in challenging uneven or rocky … Continue reading

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Huge Florida mosquitoes: Monster insects are called ‘Gallinippers’

Huge Florida mosquitoes: Monster insects are called ‘Gallinippers’ Huge Florida mosquitoes the size of a quarter are set to invade Florida — if the rainy season is wet enough. By Marc Lallanilla, Live Science / March 9, 2013 This perfectly ordinary … Continue reading

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South Florida Ant Control & Removal

Hulett Environmental offers the following tips for minimizing invasion by ants: Keep wood and debris away from exterior siding Keep kitchen clean: seal containers, wipe counters frequently, empty the garbage religiously, and avoid leaving pet food dishes out for long … Continue reading

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Mobile Spider Web!

Mobile Spider Web Talk about adaptation! This impala from the Kruger National Park in South African is now a mobile home for a spider with the spider’s web spun between the impala’s two horns. The impala had the misfortune to walk … Continue reading

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Write a review of Hulett Environmental Services

Write a review of Hulett Environmental Services Were you satisfied with the services you received from us? If so, will you leave a review for us on our Google Maps place page, thanks so much!

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That bug you stepped on today may be your dinner tomorrow

That bug you stepped on today may be your dinner tomorrow Is all this horse meat turning up in burgers and tacos giving you a case of run-away-from-the-table? This story ought to restore your appetite. It seems 2013 is shaping … Continue reading

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Hulett Environmental Services Earns Esteemed 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Awards at their West Palm Beach, Ft. Pierce and Lauderhill Florida Locations

Hulett Environmental Services Earns Esteemed 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Awards at their West Palm Beach, Ft. Pierce and Lauderhill Florida Locations Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service Hulett Environmental Services has earned the service industry-coveted 2012 … Continue reading

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