Examples of Damages Caused by Wood Destroying Organisms In this video, Entomology Expert Witness Bob Sprague shows the damages caused by Deathwatch Beetles.
Examples of Damages Caused by Wood Destroying Organisms In this video, Entomology Expert Witness Bob Sprague shows the damages caused by Powderpost Beetles.
Examples of Damages Caused by Wood Destroying Organisms In this video, Entomology Expert Witness Bob Sprague shows the damages caused by Subterranean Termites and Formosan Termites.
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According to Dr. Mike Merchant PhD, an entomology specialist for Texas AgriLife Extension insects tell fascinating stories – if you know how to read them. In a recent article he explains that the incidence of the effects from a group of beetles historically known as “plaster beetles” or “mold beetles” is on the rise. The […]
The Internet has recently been awash with stories of “murder hornets” invading the United States. On the heels of the COVID-19 crisis… social media exploded with stories of these Asian giant hornets (Vespa mandarinia) crossing into the United States set to kill people as well as native bee populations. The hornets (1.5 to 2 inches […]
More and more bed bugs are becoming resistant to insecticides says the Pest Control Technology. Common insecticides used to treat bed bugs have been pyrethroids, a commonly available treatment. However, recent research indicates that results have been mixed (Romero et al. 2007ab, Zhu et al, 2010). According to PCTONLINE.com, no two bed bug populations are […]
Purdue researchers have developed a method to discover the next generation of insecticides based on specific insect genomes, or hereditary information encoded in DNA. read more.
Authorities say a rat ran across some equipment that supplies power to the area, causing some switches to burn out at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus. read more…