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You Can Fly how long?

March 25th, 2016

You Can Fly how long? Researchers have just discovered the insect that makes the longest trek away from home when they migrate for the winter. The winner is under two inches long, has transparent wings…and is a dragonfly, specifically the Pantala flavescens, aka the wandering glider. These little guys travel an incredible 4,400 miles or…

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Exterme Bugs!

March 27th, 2014

Entomologists at the University of Florida scoured the literature to come up with a list of insects that were the coolest, fastest, largest, longest, loudest and brightest. They also chose more unusual champions: best imitator, least specific vertebrate bloodsucker and most spectacular mating just to name a few of them. Wired Science put together a list…

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Georgia Pest Control Reviews | Best Atlanta Pest Control Companies

February 6th, 2014

“We love our service tech Bradley Chastain. We have used Bug Busters for about 17 years and most of that time Brad has been our tech. He always goes above and beyond to help with any of our concerns. He is always professional, polite and is very honest. We send a big thank you out…

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People and pests head indoors for the winter

December 18th, 2013

People and pests head indoors for the winter. Editor’s note – Although this article is written for homeowners, this information may help pest control professionals to identify these occasional pests in the home. Fall is a great time to be proactive in pest management and to pest proof homes. See this publication for information on…

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December 2nd, 2013
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High-Speed Video Shows How Silk Draglines Help Jumping Spiders Steer

November 15th, 2013

Previously, there were two known methods by which animals could direct travel through the air: by flapping their wings or, in the case of lizards, swinging their tails. Now there are three. Jumping spiders use silk draglines to steer their prey-capturing leaps, researchers led by biophysicist Kai-Jung Chi of Taiwan’s National Chung Hsing University report…

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Bug Busters USA encourages public awareness about insects of foreign origin

November 13th, 2013

Invasive Species a Hindrance During Summer Months Bug Busters USA encourages public awareness about insects of foreign origin Invasive species, or insects of foreign origin, can cause major issues for American homeowners during the summer months. Bug Busters USA a pest management company servicing the Southeast, urges vigilance against invasive species including red imported fire…

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Incredible close-up photography reveals the usually unseen beauty and vibrant colours of the insect world

November 11th, 2013

Incredible close-up photography reveals the usually unseen beauty and vibrant colours of the insect world Donald Jusa used the concept of macro photography to capture images. Was only 3 centimeters away in order to shoot the amazing detail. Each shot required the insects to be totally still. Mr Jusa is a geologist at an Indonesian…

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October News from Bug Busters USA

November 1st, 2013

October News from Bug Busters USA

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ABCNews.com: Tracking Giant Hornets That Have Killed At Least 42 People

October 29th, 2013

Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Breaking News ABCNews.com: Tracking Giant Hornets That Have Killed At Least 42 People In a village on the outskirts if An Kang, China, a little girl, just 18-months-old, is dressed head-to-toe in clothing far too hot for the mild fall weather. Her mother removes one of her tiny…

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