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How Many Scorpion Species Have Been Documented In Georgia? Are They Ever Found In Homes?

May 15th, 2019

Scorpions are not commonly associated with the humid subtropical climate of Georgia, but there exists around 2,000 documented scorpion species that exist on six continents and within different environmental conditions. But there is one thing just about all scorpion species have in common, they prefer hot weather. As most people can guess, the southwest is…

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Insects That Are Categorized As “Generalists” Are The Most Intelligent

January 28th, 2019

Insects That Are Categorized As “Generalists” Are The Most Intelligent There are many blog articles on the internet about insect intelligence. Many of these articles attempt to argue in favor of one group of insects as being the most intelligent of all insects. Many people are interested to know just how smart some bugs can…

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Bug Busters USA Reminds homeowners that pest proofing is still important in winter season

January 25th, 2019

With warm weather pests like mosquitoes and bees less active in the relatively colder winter season across the country, many homeowners may feel their pest-proofing duties are done until springtime, but that is not the case. Bug Busters USA is working to help educate the public on the importance of pest proofing throughout the seasons,…

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Samurai Wasps May Put An End To Invasive Stink Bug damages In Orchards

June 12th, 2018

Samurai Wasps May Put An End To Invasive Stink Bug damages In Orchards Some of you may have experienced a stink bug infestation within your home. Stink bug infestations can be hard to tolerate due to the foul odors that they emit when they feel threatened. This means that people that do find stink bugs…

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Insect Populations May Rebound If More Native Plants Become Available In The Wild

April 6th, 2018

Insect Populations May Rebound If More Native Plants Become Available In The Wild Ever since we were kids we have been repeatedly told that insects are essential for maintaining the proper balance of the world’s ecosystems. Without bugs, there would be no humans. This statement has always engendered a respect for insects among children, and…

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Insect Phone Apps Are Here

April 2nd, 2018

Have you wished there was an easy way to identify insects and other wildlife while you were actually in front of it, so you wouldn’t have to try and remember what it looks like later to do some research. This could obviously be useful for seeing whether the insect or spider in front of you…

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North Carolina’s Food Shortage Will Make Edible Insects A Necessity

December 20th, 2017

North Carolina’s Food Shortage Will Make Edible Insects A Necessity Citizens of the United States would like to believe that starvation levels of poverty don’t exist within their country’s borders. For the most part they would be right, as the US is a fully developed nation that is prosperous enough to keep its citizens fed.…

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Problematic Insects Are Often Hidden In Tropical Plants That Are Sold During The Winter

December 12th, 2017

Problematic Insects Are Often Hidden In Tropical Plants That Are Sold During The Winter Winter is obviously not the time of year when people want to venture outdoors. This means that people spend much more time indoors than they normally would. So why not spruce up your home? It does not come as a surprise…

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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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A Rare White Squirrel Was Spotted In A US Neighborhood | Bug Busters USA

February 24th, 2017

A Rare White Squirrel Was Spotted In A US Neighborhood White squirrels are exceptionally rare, but they do exist. Some people may have heard of albino squirrels, or albinism in general, but white squirrels are not albino. Although genetics is responsible for both cases of colorlessness, albino squirrels have pink eyes, whereas white squirrels do…

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