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Phys.org: Insects Demonstrate Color Preferences Insects prefer to eat green leaves rather than red ones, research from Victoria University has shown. Ignatius Menzies, who will be awarded a PhD in Ecology and Biodiversity next week, tested a long-standing hypothesis that plants … Continue reading
Moth that looks like a poodle has Internet abuzz (Bizarre photos) The first word that comes to mind when casting your eyes upon this photo of a bedazzling insect labeled the Venezuelan Poodle Moth is Photoshop. Really? A moth that … Continue reading
Butterfly wings are what talented artist Vadim Zaritsky needs to make unusual paintings Meet artist Vadim Zaritsk. He is like nay other artist except for the fact that he uses a very unusual material for his paintings – butterfly wings. … Continue reading
Are bedbugs just in beds? Bedbugs are not just in beds. They can be in chair cushions, sofas, behind electrical outlets, cracks and crevices around baseboards, or even behind picture frames. In other words, they can live pretty much anywhere.
Prevention is critical in protecting you business from a pest infestation. Below are just a few ways that your business can avoid pest infestations and the potential health and property threats that pests and rodents can pose. “Pest-proof” your business … Continue reading
A swarm of bees descended on Angel Stadium and caused a 23-minute delay as both teams were briefly pulled off the field. “I heard people yelling at me, telling me there were a lot of bees behind me,” Mariners outfielder … Continue reading
This video by Justin Bredlau, a PhD student at Virginia Commonwealth University, shows the life of the parasitic wasp, Cotesia congregata, and two of its hosts. It includes courtship behavior, parasitizing of the host, and larval egression.
UBC entomologist Rana Sarfaz gave CBC Radio One’s The Early Edition five ways to keep food bins free of squirmy, disgusting pests. 1. Freeze your food scraps Put your stinkiest food waste in the freezer until the night before pick up. That … Continue reading
Cockroach farming takes hold in China Powder from the pulverized insects is highly valued in traditional Chinese medicine, leading some entrepreneurs to begin breeding them. By Kim Peterson If cockroaches could survive a nuclear war, perhaps they can also help people … Continue reading