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Pests and Allergies

July 28th, 2017

Bug Busters USA recommends the following tips for safeguarding homes against pests that cause asthma and allergies: Keep food sealed and stored properly, and clean kitchen floors and counters daily. Dispose of garbage regularly and store in sealed containers. Seal cracks and holes in homes, including entry points for utilities and pipes and in screen […]

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The Truth About Chiggers

July 21st, 2017

The Truth About Chiggers There are very few entomologists in the world, so it is understandable that some bugs get confused with others. But sometimes these common misunderstandings can lead to dangerous situations. For example, a dangerous bug’s name could sound like a harmless bug’s name when being pronounced. One example would be the harmless […]

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Pest Profile: German Cockroach

July 18th, 2017

The German cockroach is the most common species of the cockroach. German cockroaches can breed at a rate of up to six generations per year. The German cockroach can fit through an opening as small as 3/8 inch in width. Pest Stats  Color Light brown to tan, with two dark, almost parallel stripes located on […]

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Insects Could Be Used For Drug Testing Trials Instead Of Animals

July 12th, 2017

Insects Could Be Used For Drug Testing Trials Instead Of Animals When it comes to medical tests, or more specifically, drug safety tests, researchers often use a variety of different mammals. These mammals include monkeys, rats, mice and dogs, but this is only naming a few. Using mammals to test drugs before they are marketed […]

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July 7th, 2017
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Rusty-Patched Bumblebee Is Nearing Extinction In The United States

July 3rd, 2017

The rusty-patched bumblebee was a common sight around large portions of the United States just twenty years ago, but now it looks as though this bee may become extinct sometime soon. This bee is the first of its species to become endangered. As a result of climate change and habitat loss, this once thriving bee […]

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Insect Infestation Nightmare: Dealing With an Infestation of Brown Recluse Spiders

June 29th, 2017

Having to deal with an insect infestation of any kind can be an exhausting, stressful, and sometimes frightening, depending on what exactly has infested your home. I for one am terrified of bed bug infestations and termite infestations. Yeah, those insects aren’t exactly the scariest in the world, but having you house taken over by […]

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Don’t Get Stung By Summer’s Stingers

June 16th, 2017

Don’t Get Stung By Summer’s Stingers! Use the tips below!  Seal cracks and crevices: Seal all visible cracks and crevices to keep these pests from moving indoors, and regularly inspect around the yard and along the perimeter of the house for nests. Keep food covered: During a picnic or cookout, cover all food when outside and […]

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Termites Help To Support An Entire Ecosystem

June 13th, 2017

When you picture African landscapes you probably picture a vast region of desert with a bit of vegetation spread throughout. African savannahs are dry regions with patches of vegetation in random areas. These savannahs make up entire ecosystems that support numerous types of animal life. However, savanna-dwelling animals would not survive the harsh landscape if […]

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Some Jumping Spiders Prefer To Eat Nothing But Mosquitoes

June 8th, 2017

Some Jumping Spiders Prefer To Eat Nothing But Mosquitoes If you are afraid of spiders, and you hate mosquitoes, then maybe you will appreciate the two types of spiders that prefer to eat mosquitoes exclusively. Jumping spiders are often the topic of study, and a recent study published in the Journal of Arachnology has described […]

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