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The High Line in New York has essentially been a tourist spot. But now the area is being ransacked by a new species of cockroach hailing from Asia.
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"I like bugs, people think I'm weird," said Daneria. Laughing, she talked about how she likes to hunt for insects and pick them up to examine them.
8 hrs ago | MSNBC
A forest ravaged by the "red hand of death" - also known as a bark beetle attack - recovers quickly with little ecosystem damage, scientists said here Monday at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union.
12 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times
The invasive emerald ash borer beetle that's killed millions of ash trees nationwide has been detected in eastern Massachusetts for the first time.
16 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Periplaneta Japonica is the scientific name for a new and hardy cockroach species that's made its way to NYC, and being naturally resistant to the frigid temperatures in the cold winter months, could pose a real threat.
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A temporary ban on the insecticide that killed more than 50,000 bumblebees and other pollinators in a Wilsonville parking lot has been lifted by the Oregon Department of Agriculture.
New Hampshire landlords and tenants are teaming up under a new law aimed at eradicating infestations of the tiny, blood-sucking bed bug from rental housing.
New Hampshire landlords and tenants are teaming up in a new law aimed at eradicating infestations of the tiny, blood-sucking bed bug from rental housing.
The Insect Copulation Field Guide features illustrations of bugs bumping uglies.
The High Line, a park that turned a dilapidated stretch of elevated railway on Manhattan's West Side into one of New York's newest tourist attractions, may have brought a different kind of visitor: a cockroach that can withstand harsh winter cold and never seen before in the U.S. Rutgers University insect biologists Jessica Ware and Dominic ... (more)
Homes are pretty vulnerable when it comes to dealing with things that could be small enough that you wouldn't even notice it happening with your naked eye, and it could really have a huge effect on the people living in it as well as with the structure of the whole place.
Slash piles burn on Tunnel Hill between the Town of Winter Park and Winter Park Resort on Saturday, Nov. 16. Bill Tetlow and his wife bought a lot in the Winter Park Highlands in 1990 with dreams of building their mountain escape.
London, Dec 08 : Spider webs reach out and grab airborne prey and particles thanks to an electrostatic glue that coats their surface, a new study has revealed.
Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part story. Part 2, about yaupon and deciduous hollies, will be published Dec. 22. It adorns mantels, brightens wreaths, and is celebrated in song throughout the month of December.
Experts say Colorado's plunge into a deep freeze is too little and too late to disrupt the population of the destructive pine beetle.