Entomology Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. This is the heath tiger beetle, one of Britain's rarest insects - and ...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Bournemouth Echo

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  2. Arts & Extras: On the origins of dragonsRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Martinsville Bulletin

    Roanoke College biology major Sarah Petrosky demonstrates the flammability of spores from the lycopod family of plants.

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  3. Thinking Ahead Letter from Chaille: A Bug's Life Concerns over Invasive Species RemainRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Pallet Enterprise

    Thinking Ahead-Letter from Chaille: A Bug's Life - Concerns over Invasive Species Remain Environmental activists raise doubts about the effectiveness of ISPM-15 and call for a ban of solid wood packaging, including pallets. Pallet Enterprise publisher, Chaille Brindley, explains why this would be overkill, and ISPM-15 if properly applied can be effective to stop invasive pests.

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  4. Southerland Custom Lumber, Inc. Launches with Nyle Systems KilnRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Timberline

    Southerland Custom Lumber, Inc. Launches with Nyle Systems Kiln Gas-fired kiln anchors new venture focused on custom industrial lumber. By Diane M. Calabrese Date Posted: 7/1/2016 KNOXVILLE, Arkansas Diverse and vertically integrated, Arkansas Wood Solutions, Inc. produces pallets and parts, lumber, and round chips.

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  5. West Nile Virus prevention techniques in Laramie CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | KGWN

    Laramie County does not have mosquito control, but they do have a West Nile Prevention Program. The program is funded through an Emergency Insect Management Grant through the State Department of Agriculture.

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  6. Bee-powered technology uncovers sub-lethal effects of pesticidesRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | ABC News

    The kinetic energy of bees in flight is being harnessed to power tiny radio frequency ID tags used to monitor bees. It is like the idea to give light to African school children from batteries in footballs charged by the kids' play.

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  7. CSIRO research scientist Dr Stephen QuarrellRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | ABC News

    CSIRO research fellow and Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture entomologist Dr Stephen Quarrell is monitoring the behaviour of honey bees using tiny Radio Frequency Id tags powered by the vibrations of the bee's flight.

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  8. Data Visualization with Python and JavaScriptRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | O'Reilly

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  9. It's a fabulous Fourth for fly-fishing in the Vail ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Vail Daily News

    Every year in the Vail Valley, the week of the Fourth of July is an exciting time for local fly fishermen and this year is no exception. All of our area rivers and creeks are dropping and running clear.

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  10. MilitAnt invades PSN and Steam on July 12thRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Gaming Nexus

    I can't be the only person who remembers SimAnt on the Super Nintendo, right? Well, the decidedly less strategic--and realistic-- MilitAnt is almost here. Xibalba Studios announced this game way back at E3 2014, but PS4, Vita and Steam players will finally get their hands on the action sidescroller this July 12th.

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  11. IAEA Impact: How a Nuclear Technique Helped Save the Western Cape's Orange IndustryRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Big News Network.com

    It was time to find a new pest control method, explains Vaughan Hattingh, a biologist and researcher, and now CEO of Citrus Research International , an industry-funded research outfit associated with the University of Stellenbosch. Some preliminary research on the irradiation of the false codling moth had been carried out in the 1960s, but there was no data available on whether it would work in practice.

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  12. Insects of South-Eastern AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | CSIRO Publishing

    A walk in the bush reveals insects visiting flowers, patrolling the air, burrowing under bark and even biting your skin. Every insect has characteristic feeding preferences and behaviours.

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  13. Australian Longhorn Beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) Volume 2Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | CSIRO Publishing

    ... Warsaw and held a joint appointment as the professor of biology at the University of Zielona Gora teaching entomology and environmental biology. He has been a research scientist at the Australian National Insect Collection for the last 13 years. He ...

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  14. Dandelions and other weeds 'key' to bees survivalRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    THEY are derided as common weeds, their only fate to be torn up by the roots whenever they poke through the carefully cultivated soil of a gardener's flower bed. But now experts say green-fingered flower enthusiasts should lay down their trowels when they spot a dandelion's bright yellow petals, as the plant may just be key to reviving the struggling fortunes of the nations bumblebees.

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  15. The tenant had to remove some of her belongings before people could...Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    So dirty, orange couch turned black: owner seizes Hong Kong flat from tenant to find it covered in trash and cockroaches When he tried to enter the flat, he found himself blocked by a mountain of newspapers, magazines and clothes. But even that did not prepare the head of a flat owner's group for the horrible scene awaiting him.

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  16. Perk up your crops with plant partnersRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Companion planting works on the premise that planting certain things together will free one or the other plant from pests, or boost productivity. Scent and sacrifice play a big part in this equation.

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  17. Gross! Scads of tent caterpillar moths descend in SaskatchewanRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | CBC News

    Tara Duperreault took this picture after trying to clear her swimming pool of the moths in Assiniboia, Sask. "It was just like, not much yesterday and suddenly a lot today," said Scott Hartley, provincial insect specialist with the Ministry of Agriculture.

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  18. How to stay safe while enjoying mother natureRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | WWLP

    Can Lex prove Dr. Lommers is behind the outbreak before she gets away? Find out on a new episode of Containment, Tuesday at 9/8c! - While hiking trails, canoeing and roasting marshmallows all make for a fun camping trip, staying safe should be the number one priority. A couple of things to keep in mind.

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  19. UNC, Duke researchers zero in on Zika virusRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | HeraldSun.com

    Researchers at both UNC and Duke are pivoting to work on the Zika virus, the mosquito-carried bug recently confirmed to cause serious birth defects. On Thursday, during a question-and-answer session with local and state health officials, UNC Chancellor Carol Folt led off by saying her campus has given faculty members seed money for three research projects on the disease.

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  20. Office of Naval Research thinks cyborg locusts could help us sniff out explosivesRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Digital Trends

    Dogs are regularly used for sniffing out bombs due to their superior sense of smell. But Baranidharan Raman , Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, has another idea which doesn't involve canines.

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