Entomology Newswire (Page 2)

Entomology Newswire (Page 2)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Entomology. (Page 2)

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  1. Roger Wolfe: Do you know what bugs me? BugsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Logan Banner

    If you have been outside recently, you have no doubt been accosted by any number of flying creatures to aggravate and annoy you.


  2. Statewide effort neededRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Gloversville Leader-Herald

    The fight to protect our natural resources from invasive species has gotten a lot of attention over the past several years. Five prominent species of ash tree in the eastern U.S. have been driven to the brink of extinction from years of lethal attack by the emerald ash borer.


  3. 'Windows into nature' - a new art school for CanberraRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Canberra City News

    NatureArt Lab opens its doors from early October at M16 Artspace in Griffith with courses and workshops to inspire new interests in art, science and conservation. With a fully set up art laboratory, students will be able to learn from some of Canberra's most accomplished natural history artists, scientists and conservationists.


  4. Let's Reminisce: Some animals are smarter than we thinkRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | North Texas e-News

    Until fairly recently, we thought that language and culture were uniquely human. But new studies show that a wide range of animals, from birds to bees to chimpanzees, can pass on information and behavior patterns to their descendants.


  5. Could we breed a better bee? $6.3m study to investigateRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

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  6. Danny Heitman's At Random: Lovebugs, open skies and fallRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Advocate

    Somewhere around Alexandria, after miles of managing the kamikaze attacks of one lovebug swarm after another, the glass in front of my steering wheel looked like some peculiar pointillist painting. A thousand greasy dots detailed the destruction of multitudes smashed two-by-two, as if they were preparing to board a biblical arc.


  7. Deborah McArthur, Nature Connection: xxxxxxRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Creek slogging with a bucket, net, line, pole and sandwich meat made the list of top 10 summertime activities. Find a good spot on a year-round stream or river, beyond the riffles and sandbars.


  8. Why every school needs a gardenRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    Edward Mukiibi, the vice-president of Slow Food International, has written in a book titled: Uganda from Earth to Table that Uganda is the richest among East African countries in terms of biodiversity and that it is one of the countries with the most diverse foods in the world. "The truth is that a vote of thanks is owed to the local, traditional and indigenous food species and the great caretaking skills shown by the small-scale peasant and artisan producers, practicing traditional farming systems in different regions of the country," reads a part of his message.


  9. Why should I mulch my vegetable garden?Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    We need to know that weeds compete with vegetables for water, nutrients and light. They also often harbour insects and diseases.


  10. CDC: Mosquitos carrying Zika, other deadly viruses could breed in much of U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | WPXI

    ... mosquitoes according to a new study by CDC researchers. The recent study, published in the Public Journal of Entomology, found 71 percent of counties in the 48 contiguous states were suitable for the aegypti species and 75 percent could support ...


  11. Biologists see serious new threat to amphibiansRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Summit County Voice

    A emerging disease has been identified as another possible cause for amphibian die-offs, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Scientists already know that chytridiomycosis and the ranavirus are linked to frog population declines worldwide.


  12. Chicago Field Museum ID DayRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Milwaukee Courier Online

    This Saturday, September 23, 2017, the Chicago Field Museum is hosting its fourth annual ID Day. Both members and nonmembers alike are encouraged to bring their questions, their objects and of course their curiosity.


  13. Good Natured: The viceroy, monarchs and some amazing mimicryRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Kane Co. Chronicle

    ... likeness to monarchs is more than just coincidence. It's part of a survival strategy known as mimicry. Open any entomology book dating to the 1970s or before and you'll read that viceroys are the safer-to-consume of the two species because they lack ...


  14. Mosquitos carrying Zika, other deadly viruses, could breed in much...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | WFTV Orlando

    Up to 75 percent of the contiguous United States may provide suitable conditions for several species of disease-spreading mosquitoes according to a new study by CDC researchers. The recent study, published in the Public Journal of Entomology, found 71 percent of counties in the 48 contiguous states were suitable for the aegypti species and 75 percent could support albopictus species.


  15. A feast of tasty treats at Narberth Food FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Milford Mercury

    By lunchtime, the two-day event was in full swing, with visitors browsing, tasting and buying goodies from over 50 stalls. Curious festival-goers were keen to take their seats in the Food Theatre to sample the bug cuisine served up by insect food champion Andy Holcroft of Grub Kitchen, St Davids , who was the first of several chefs to give demonstrations.


  16. Fred Gehlbach: Nature in our yardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Waco Tribune-Herald

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  17. Dad sees giant cockroach come 'running out' of bag of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Record

    Shocked father Graham Hancock took to social media to warn other shoppers about fruit bought in the ASDA store in Burnley Graham Hancock was preparing a snack for his children when he opened a newly-purchased bag of bananas from ASDA , when insects "came running out". The shocked father phoned his local store in Burnley "straight away" to complain and claims he was told: "Unfortunately, this happens.


  18. Lynda Hallinan: Activated almonds aren't just for nutty food professorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Five years ago, when celebrity chef "Paleo" Pete Evans revealed his daily food diary to an Australian newspaper, he claimed he started each day with "two glasses of alkalised water with apple cider vinegar, a smoothie of alkalised water, organic spirulina, activated almonds, maca, blueberries, stevia, coconut keffir and two organic, free-range eggs". Nothing, not even the emu meatballs Evans professed to enjoy for supper, triggered as many mocking tweets as those nuts.


  19. The value of native plantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TheMonitor.com

    We often appreciate plants for very specific, and often obvious, reasons. We value them for the food they provide us; a personal favorite being avocados.


  20. Opinion: Alarm over decline in U.S. government spending for ag researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Brainerd Daily Dispatch

    Agriculturalists have only a few areas of universal agreement. We all like cooperative weather.