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America Isn't Ready for the Lanternfly Invasion

My blog will now join the short list of results that pop up when you search for "nairobi fly, acid bug" on Google. Mike was hit by one over the weekend.

Rhithrogena germanica, the fly fisherman's "March brown mayfly"


Specieswatch: black soldier fly the UK's newest farmed creature

From cleaning to cacao to corpse disposal, 'Diptera' – flying insects – do

In the various sorts of sand fly only the female is responsible for biting and sucking

The Blandford fly is on the rise in parts of the UK

Sticky bands around trees can stop the young lantern flies from feeding.

Flying Ant Day 2018 is coming EARLY – 50 BILLION insects on their way

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The spotted lanternfly is spreading through Southeast Pennsylvania. It was spotted for the first time

a close up of a chocolate midge, tan sandy brown with a slim body The ...

Tsetse fly: can castration end one of Africa's oldest development problems?


... the larvae grow faster on cheaper feed, so that we could produce against lower costs and on a larger scale. We tried many different locations over many ...

Where have all the insects gone?

An adult bed bug can be up to 6mm long – the size of an apple


A surprising reproductive strategy could help to explain how stick insects—which are eaten by birds and don't lay a lot of eggs—have managed to persist from ...


What's really the point of wasps?

Country Scientist: Fireflies are back

Climate change on track to cause major insect wipeout, scientists warn

American cockroaches on a dog dish. (Photo by Tom Myers/National Pest Management

The global edible insect market is set to exceed $500m by 2023

Blood-sucking “kissing bug” sighted in Colorado, CDC warns

A pair of kissing bugs, with the female seen at the bottom, are shown in a photo from June 8, 2006, in Tucson, Ariz. | AP photo

Honey bee

SHOCKING signs you've been nipped by the gruesome insect

Get The Book

Mosquito Season In Minnesota: The Dos And Don'ts For Staying Bite-Free

An adult spotted lanternflywith wings spread, showing the colorful hind wings.(Photograph courtesy

New firefly found in SoCal -- Wait, we have fireflies?

Illustration by Robert Neubecker.

Triamonine, or Kissing Bug

Identifying marker mutations (A) is a simple activity liked by kids and grown-ups alike and can be used in different contexts: B) science fairs, ...

ZIKA WARNING: Boom of tiger mosquitoes in SPAIN sparks deadly virus fears

14 fascinating facts about fireflies ahead of their arrival in Pennsylvania

In northern Colombia, a hunt for gourmet big-butt ants

They Asian Tiger mosquito is capable of carrying deadly diseases (Image: Getty Images)

The parasitic insects have developed resistance to extermination chemicals, leading to a huge rise in

A simple activity identifying fly mutations under the microscope (also available as a digital exercise)

Tasmania on alert as fruit fly outbreak threatens $50m industry

An adult bed bug (Cimex lectularius) with the typical flattened oval shape

'Kissing bug' disease more deadly than thought - CNN

The Post turns a spotlight on the 'disgusting' insect with apparently remarkable medicinal qualities

The Mosquito Solution

Return of the cicadas: Billions of randy insects expected to emerge this week - Entertainment & Life - The Times - Beaver, PA

Satan, aka the 'lord of the flies'

1 How to get rid of the Palmetto bug and its kin

Big bugs | 10 of the largest insects in the world | MNN - Mother Nature Network

A pinned Australian sheep blowfly, Lucilia cuprina, from the Australian National Insect Collection at

20 moth species more beautiful than butterflies

Blood-sucking 'kissing bugs' heading to Florida. Here's what you can do to minimize risk.

Flying ants are also known as sexuals, and have wings because they need to find a mate (Image: Alamy)

Could the ladybird plague of 1976 happen again?


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Creepy creature a mix between spider, scorpion; native to Arizona

Flying into the future. Or is it the past? Photo: Film Frame/Marvel Studios 2018

An Indian woman told doctors she felt a tingling in her right nostril, which led

In order for ticks to progress through their life stages, they need to feast on the blood of mammals. Here you can see an adult female (left) and a nymph ...

Coyote Peterson's 'Brave Wilderness': a one-man quest to be attacked by insects

Cicadas will swarm Southwestern Pa. this spring

Bed bug bites: Have you been bitten? Five signs to look for and how to get rid of them

a close up of a fly where you can see its large eye and long proboscis

The Venus Flytrap, a Plant That Can CountThe Venus Flytrap, a Plant That Can Count

Time To Embrace Genetically Modified Mosquitoes To End Their Disease Transmission

Cockroaches: everything you never wanted to know | South China Morning Post

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Invasive Aedes mosquitoes have infested Southern California neighborhoods. (Photo courtesy Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District)

9 Examples of related fly and human genes which cause comparable defects when functionally affected: loss of Pax6 causes blindness/eye loss, ...

Traumatic copulation by a male Cimex lectularius. The ventral shell of the female (above) is pierced by the male's syringe-like organ.

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Where are the world's ants? First ever map detailing 15,000 species launched

Global warming increases tsetse fly's reach

Flying Ant Day 2018 will see swarm of 50 BILLION flying ants hit UK | UK | News | Express.co.uk


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An adult bed bug is about 4 to 5 mm long

Using “marker mutations” of Drosophila to construct an invented evolutionary tree. The fact that fly ...

Dragonfly Insects Nature

The second iteration at the Art Gallery of Peterborough (pictured here) included new species collected throughout the course of the traveling project-run.