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New White-Winged Moth

11-30-2015

New White-Winged Moth

New White-Winged Moth A new moth with immaculate white wings was discovered recently in Florida. It prefers drier habitats such as the sandhills of the peninsula of Florida. So far it is only known to eat the evergreen sand live oak. At first it...

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The Right Repellent for an Insect-Free Yard

11-24-2015

The Right Repellent for an Insect-Free Yard

The Right Repellent for an Insect-Free Yard You might love watching the sun set from your back porch, but I'm betting you don't love the mosquito bites that come with it, or the ever-hovering flies. So, what product really does work to get rid of...

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Insect Repellent Arsenal

11-23-2015

Insect Repellent Arsenal

Insect Repellent Arsenal The use of insect repellents against possibly deadly insect bites is a double edged sword these days. Do you use the chemicals that have been reported to cause serious side effects or do you take the chance of getting bitten...

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The Wily Walkingstick

11-19-2015

The Wily Walkingstick

The Wily Walkingstick The walkingstick is one of the most amazing and yet common insects in the world. They are so talented at mimicry that most people never notice them amidst the rest of the twigs in trees. There are around 3,000 species of...

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Five Insect Invaders

11-18-2015

Five Insect Invaders

Five Insect Invaders Agriculture specialists with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection have found five destructive insect species entering our country through imported containers of fruit. They intercepted Steirastoma histrionica, a species of...

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Blood Stem Cell Regeneration

11-17-2015

Blood Stem Cell Regeneration

Blood Stem Cell Regeneration Being healthy is important; in fact that healthy gut may depend on maintain a complex relationship between immune and stem cells that line our intestines. Intestinal regeneration (after a bacterial infection) is...

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Burger King Popular with Hungry Rodents

11-13-2015

Burger King Popular with Hungry Rodents

Burger King Popular with Hungry Rodents Managers at a Burger King in Clearwater, Florida – the home of the original franchise restaurant, founded back in 1953 – are probably dreaming of rats and mice. The restaurant has been overrun and...

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Apples Spark Evolution in Insects

11-06-2015

Apples Spark Evolution in Insects

Apples Spark Evolution in Insects Apples seem like one of the most common, ordinary fruits we come across in this world. They've been around for centuries, and even have their own motto: "an apple a day keeps the doctor away." But this seemingly...

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Winter Insect Woes

11-05-2015

Winter Insect Woes

Winter Insect Woes The arrival of Fall means that bugs will begin looking for places to spend the winter. Usually this means finding them inside your closet or in the trunk of your car. So, how exactly do insects survive the coldness of winter?...

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Crusade Against Chagas Disease

11-03-2015

Crusade Against Chagas Disease

Crusade Against Chagas Disease A sneaky little pest called the kissing bug carries one of the most dangerous diseases on the planet, Chagas disease. It affects approximately 7.5 million people in the world, mostly in Latin America. However, this...

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