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The Beneficial True Bugs That Prey On Insect Pests Have Some Pest Relatives That Do Very Nasty Things To Sleeping Humans

August 14th, 2020

The Beneficial True Bugs That Prey On Insect Pests Have Some Pest Relatives That Do Very Nasty Things To Sleeping Humans Within Homes It has been estimated that somewhere between 50,000 and 80,000 arthropod species belong to the order Hemiptera. Some of the most well known Hemiptera species include cicadas, leafhoppers, waterbugs, and a variety…

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Stay Alert For Stinging Insects This Summer

July 27th, 2020

Bug Busters USA is sharing tips to help homeowners avoid unwanted encounters With the summer months upon us, families will be out enjoying days at the local playground and evenings at backyard BBQs, but children won’t be the only things buzzing about. Experts are warning that July brings with it not only warm weather, but stinging insects as…

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25% Of Atlanta Homes Are Infested With Cockroaches, And Termites Are Becoming Particularly Problematic Pests In Savannah

April 26th, 2020

Insect pests like cockroaches and flies are abundant in big cities where they can easily locate discarded foods and shelter where rotting organic matter provides them with ideal living conditions. For example, the sizable American cockroach thrives in urban sewer systems, and house flies, blow flies gravitate toward landfills and dumpsters behind restaurants where they…

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The Insect Food Trend Could Save Our Bodies, the Planet, and Decrease Poverty

August 2nd, 2016

While Americans clearly need to be wooed into jumping on the insect food bandwagon…or shall say bugwagon…many people in the U.S. are welcoming the trend as the benefits it has for the entire planet keep increasing in number and this food is looking more and more like it could be the answers to many of…

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Fossil Shows Insect Jumping Out Of Its Skin

August 1st, 2016

A stick insect and a mushroom were both found encased within a chunk of amber near the Baltic region of Europe recently. Although this find may not sound too exciting, entomologists are fascinated with it because the fossil reveals a little known defensive mechanism that is not shared with many insects alive today. The fossil…

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Which Bugs Bites You Should Worry About

July 27th, 2016

For the most part bug bites are just an annoying nuisance. They itch like crazy, and you might get a swollen red bump, but you’re not going to die. However, there are some insect bites you do want to avoid, especially with the increase in insect population that came with the warm and humid summer…

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How to Make a 3d Ladybug!

June 29th, 2016
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Dinosaur Ants vs Trap Jaw Ants | MONSTER BUG WARS

June 28th, 2016
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Creepy Crawlies Found in Cadbury Chocolate

June 21st, 2016

A mother of a 21-month-old daughter was innocently letting her daughter have a few pieces of chocolate one day when she looked down and discovered that the chocolate buttons were covered in webbing of what looked to be a silk worm as well as the worm itself. After immediately removing the infested candy from her…

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Thank God This Insect is Extinct

June 2nd, 2016

The Meganeura looks like a dragonfly only it is, or was, enormous.  Its wingspan was as long as seventy five centimeters.  And back in prehistoric times this insect was likely so large that it was likely the maximum size allowable by the environment at its time. Today the oxygen level in the atmosphere is twenty…

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