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Two Summer Pests Who Are Looking To Take Up Residence in Your Home This Fall

September 11th, 2020

Leaves are falling, temps are cooler, and pumpkin spice everything is on the shelves. Yep, it’s fall!  It signals  the beginning of winter and, you think, the end of bug season. That would be nice, but there are a few that hang around which could stifle your cool autumn buzz. One is the Asian Lady…

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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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Millipedes Can Be A Nuisance Within And Around Homes, And They Can Also Burn Human Skin

July 25th, 2019

Millipedes in North America are understudied arthropods. Several species inhabiting the eastern US have been described, but many more undocumented species exist in all regions of the US. It is somewhat surprising that millipedes are understudied in the US considering that many species are well documented as infesting homes in large numbers. Perhaps even more…

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The Florida Woods Cockroach Species Secretes A Foul-Smelling Fluid That Can Burn Human Skin

June 6th, 2019

Due to Georgia’s humid subtropical climate, virtually all of the 70 cockroach species in the United States can be found in the state. Georgia is home to “domestic” cockroach species, like German cockroaches, that can live out their entire lives within homes and buildings. Several “peridomestic” species are also considered pests in the state, but…

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Global Trade Is Causing Forest Insect Pests To Spread Around The Planet

November 15th, 2017

Global Trade Is Causing Forest Insect Pests To Spread Around The Planet Humans have classified different spans of time during earth’s history with certain names. Some of these names include the jurassic era, the cretaceous era and the Anthropocene era. These classifications are necessary, as life on earth has existed for over one billion years…

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An Edible Insect Lover Is Going To Try To Get Americans To Start Eating Bugs

November 10th, 2017

An Edible Insect Lover Is Going To Try To Get Americans To Start Eating Bugs At this point, most Americans are probably getting tired of hearing about edible insects. Most people living within America do not plan on ever eating insects just because most people in the world eat insects regularly. Many news stories or…

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A Prominent Executive Is Claiming That All Of Us Will Eat Be Eating Bugs In 20 Years

November 8th, 2017

A Prominent Executive Is Claiming That All Of Us Will Eat Be Eating Bugs In 20 Years Just when you thought that the edible insect trend was dying down, a prominent corporate executive has claimed that we will all be eating insects within the next twenty years. You may find the idea of eating bugs…

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Insect Excrement Is Highly Beneficial In Many Aspects

October 4th, 2017

Insect Excrement Is  Highly Beneficial In Many Aspects Ever since elementary school we have learned about the benefits that some insects bring to the natural environment. It is important for people to know that insects are not our enemies, and that we humans could not survive on this planet without insects of all sorts. This…

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A Malaria Vaccine May Be Available Within A Couple Of Years

September 26th, 2017

A Malaria Vaccine May Be Available Within A Couple Of Years We have all heard of malaria and we are thankful that we do not have it. As far as mosquito-borne diseases are concerned, malaria may be the most deadly of them all. Malaria has been devastating certain regions of the world for a long…

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