Entomology Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Starlings are in America to stayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KPC Media Group, Inc.

    The starling is a chunky little bird with a body about the size of a robin's. A starling would never be mistaken for a robin, however.


  2. Restaurant inspections 7-25Read the original story

    Yesterday | Toledo Blade

    The Toledo Club , 235 14th, inspected July 13. Scoop handles touching ice in ice bins, creating risk of indirect bare-hand contact with food. Except when washing raw fruits and vegetables, food employees may not touch exposed, ready-to-eat food with bare hands and shall use suitable utensils.


  3. Kites putting on a summer show in Alledale CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Star

    Large black and white birds with forked tails dove from high above and then glided close to the ground to grab dragonflies, grasshoppers and other insects with their talons at a big field in Allendale County on Saturday morning. Watching the aerial acrobatics through binoculars or camera viewfinders, participants in a field trip sponsored by the Aiken store Birds & Butterflies expressed their appreciation by oohing and aahing loudly.


  4. Hong Kong International Film Festival's summer 2016 line-up: more diverse than everRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    Woody Allen's CafA Society and Paul Verhoeven's Elle bookend a programme that includes recent Asian films along with tributes to Hollywood musicals and the late Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami The 2016 summer programme of the Hong Kong International Film Festival will open in August with Woody Allen's 1930s-set CafA Society , which also opened this year's Cannes Film Festival. Officially referred to as the Cine Fan Summer International Film Festival , the two-week event will close with the controversial rape revenge comedy Elle , directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Isabelle Huppert.


  5. Monday Mail: Gators, cats threaten America todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ledger-Enquirer.com

    Friends, you don't have to watch an entire Republican convention to know that we face multiple threats from all directions today, but perhaps the greatest of these is the alligator. Once content to star in roadside attractions along Florida highways, the alligator is everywhere today, in ponds, canals, golf courses, creeks, University of Florida memorabilia, etc.


  6. New pest crawling toward a swarm near you: the tawny crazy antRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Post and Courier

    The latest species prepping to invade the Palmetto State runs around like it's crazy, breeds fast enough to put rabbits to shame and swarms in masses that mow down anything in their path. The South American ants showed up in Texas in 2002, found their way to Georgia by 2013 and last year were found in counties just across the Savannah River.


  7. Second round of TEDxCanberra speakers and performances for 2016 announcedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Age

    Starting a new life in Australia after suffering torture in Syria, insight into Parkinson's disease and fighting for suicide prevention in the building industry are among the second round of stories to be told at TEDxCanberra in September. After the first round of speakers was announced earlier this month , organisers have now announced the 2016 conference will also include Omar and Saad Al Kassab, neuroscientist Hayley Teasdale, Pip Seldon, founder of the Healthy Tradie Project, and Glenn Keys, last year's ACT nominee for Australian of the Year .


  8. How a fly made nine-year-old blindRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Monitor

    A month ago, our reporter Emmanuel Ainebyoona was invited to observe a cornea transplant surgery for an 18 year-old boy whose left eye became blind following an insect intrusion at nine years. Isaac Aijuka, 18, is on the recovery journey to regain sight of his left eye after undergoing a cornea transplant.


  9. Mark Brigham knows bats, and it frustrates him when people get caught up in false facts.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Canada.com

    REGINA SK: JULY 22, 2016 - University of Regina biology professor and bat expert Mark Brigham with a Big Brown Bat, Brigham wants to debunk myths when it comes to bats and rabies. DON HEALY / Regina Leader-Post Mark Brigham knows bats, and it frustrates him when people get caught up in false facts.


  10. Bee advocates, pecan growers battle over pesticide requestRead the original story

    Sunday | KCBD-TV Lubbock

    A plea from New Mexico's pecan growers to use a restricted pesticide against insect infestations is drawing opposition from advocates for the honey bee. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that environmentalists are protesting allowing an emergency exception to a ruling by a federal judge last year that found sulfoxaflor is highly toxic to bees and should be discontinued.


  11. In lichen's symbiotic pairing, a third partner?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Christian Science Monitor

    Wolf lichen. University of Montana researchers studying the world's most common lichen species found it is composed of three partners, not two.


  12. Top 10 Most Memorable America's Next Top Model PhotoshootsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | OhNoTheyDidnt

    The most iconic was the naked photoshoot that Robyn and Shannon refused to do, and then Robyn got eliminated because she shook her boobs at Mr. Jay. Hahaha fucking Robyn, she was so rude showing Elyse that atheist passage in the bible and forcing everyone to join hands and pray.


  13. Speaking of Nature: The mystery fly; some are easy to identify, others aren'tRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Recorder

    For the past few years I have made an effort to read during the summer. Thus far, most of my reading has focused on great naturalists of the 19th century, like Charles Darwin, Asa Gray, Alexander von Humbolt and others.


  14. Spend a day behind the scenes at the San Diego Zoo as it turns 100Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Los Angeles Times

    Char Davis works with an 8-year old Zebra by teaching her to be comfortable with various behaviors that help assist during medical exams at the San Diego Zoo. Char Davis works with an 8-year old Zebra by teaching her to be comfortable with various behaviors that help assist during medical exams at the San Diego Zoo.


  15. Fire seasons are becoming hotter, drier and longerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Los Angeles Times

    The fast-moving brush fire tearing through the Santa Clarita Valley this weekend is part of a larger trend: Wildfire seasons in the western United States are lasting longer and burning more land, according to a recent report by the U.S. Department of the Interior . Over 29,000 wildfires have scorched more than 2.6 million acres of land already this year, and the peak of the fire season hasn't hit yet, according to the report published last week.


  16. New Bt cotton to free farmersRead the original story

    Sunday | Mydigitalfc.com

    The government is ready with a variant of Bt cottonseed that will free farmers from the monopoly grip of multinational seed giant Monsanto, which forces them to buy seeds for the new crop every year. The new Bt cotton, likely to be released in the market next year, will allow farmers to multiply their own seed bank.


  17. Master gardening: Bugging out over kitchenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The York Daily Record

    ... fact sheet or this pamphlet from University of Minnesota. When looking for information about horticulture and entomology on the internet, always refer to .edu; .gov; and, .org sites for accurate, research-based information. "Ask a Gardener" hotline ...


  18. Cornell extension to offer Master Gardener Training on Wednesday...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Batavian

    ... gardener. Participants will learn about the following horticulture topics: botany, diagnosing plant diseases, entomology, soils & fertilizers, lawn care, herbs, vegetable gardening, weed identification, woody ornamentals, pruning, tree and small ...


  19. Join us for our first Bioblitz at Kenai Fjords National ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Seward City News

    Kenai Fjords National Park is excited to host an insect bioblitz at Exit Glacier next week. A "bioblitz" is an event that collects and identifies as many species as possible for the focused group, in our case, insects.


  20. Ghost orchid scientists aim to restore rare Florida flowersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The China Post

    Armed with an orange staple gun and dozens of burlap squares entwined with ratty green roots, Mike Kane wades hip-deep into the swamp to restore what generations of thieves have stolen. Once abundant in the Florida Everglades, experts say fewer than 2,000 ghost orchids are left in the state, where it is considered an endangered plant.