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Archive for November, 2016

Embrace Your Barn Spider Ally

November 30th, 2016

If you have a barn, shed, or any other kind of sheltered space on your property then you have most likely seen a barn spider at least once in your life. So are these arachnids your friend or foe? You may be familiar with the barn spider Charlotte from the beloved children’s book Charlotte’s Web.…

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Popular Acrobatic Act Will Focus On Insects

November 29th, 2016

The world-renowned acrobatic act known as Cirque Du Soleil will be staging a new performance that focuses on the movements and the general physical nature of insects and spiders. The performance has been titled “Ovo”, and it will premier during the spring season of 2017. A press release from the performance group described the upcoming…

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The Carpenter Ant: A Lonely Life | Atlanta Ant Control Experts

November 28th, 2016

The carpenter ant is a unique type of ant for many reasons. One clearly noticeable reason for their uniqueness, which could be picked up by anyone who possesses a set of eyes, is the carpenter ants massive stature. When compared to all other ants in existence, there does not seem to be any species of…

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Edible Insect Market Size Is Growing Rapidly

November 25th, 2016

The global edible insect market is predicted to grow to five hundred and twenty two million dollars by 2023. Apparently, more and more people are responding enthusiastically to the new trend of eating insects. Insects offer humans and animals and alternate source of protein during a time when livestock related environmental damage is becoming more…

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Researchers Using Robots To Study Insects

November 23rd, 2016

The complex social behavior demonstrated by social insects has long fascinated entomologists. Now, in an effort to gain a deeper understanding of how insects function in a group, researchers are dispatching robots that will observe the social behavior of insects. Researchers have used robots before when studying insect behavior. For example, in the past, researchers…

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Keep Pantry Pests Out Of Holiday Cooking

November 21st, 2016

Bug Busters offer tips for pantry pest prevention ATLANTA – The holiday season is upon us, which means families will be spending a lot of time cooking and baking in the kitchen. When digging through your cabinets and storage for baking necessities, like cookie cutters and containers of flour, make sure you are leaving unwanted…

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Australian’s Deal With Their Spider Problem In Strange Ways

November 21st, 2016

Australia is the perfect environment for extremely large and beastly spiders. The huntsman spider in particular has been known to overpower rodents and drag them to their deaths. Other types of huntsman spiders are as large as king crabs. So what are Australians supposed to do in a country where these wild and often dangerous…

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Beware Of Spider Crickets In Your Basement

November 18th, 2016

This terrible looking insect does not mind inviting itself over to your home if the outside climate is not to their liking. However, it is difficult to blame the unintelligent spider cricket for its intrusiveness since, from the spider’s perspective, entering your home through a crevice to make you scream when you see it in…

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How to Prevent Hitchhiking Bed Bugs | Atlanta Bed Bug Control

November 17th, 2016
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Company Punishes Employees By Making Them Eat Bugs!?

November 16th, 2016

Company Punishes Employees By Making Them Eat Bugs!? Everyone makes a mistake now and then at work. Even the most perfect employee is going to have a bad day every now and again. Usually the worst punishment you can expect to receive is a lecture from your boss, unless of course you really screw up…

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November 2016