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Tag Archives: Invasive Species
The “Murder Hornets” AKA Asian Giant Hornet
Well. Thanks New York Times. 🙄🙄 Hai. I’m Nancy – I was supposed to write my “Re-introduction” this week because of our hiatus. However … Now that every entomologist ever needs to clean up this puked up fur-ball of a … Continue reading
Posted in News, Uncategorized Tagged asian giant hornet, asian hornet, giant hornet, Invasive Species, murder hornet, new york times, News, wasp 2 Comments
Is This Asian Lady Beetle Meme True?
Written by Nancy Miorelli This meme – floating around FB. Fact? Fiction? Mix? I’m starting to feel like we’re the Snopes of Entomology. The answer? Mostly False. Like 98% False. And lots of misleading information.
Posted in Ecology, Identification, Pest Management Tagged asian lady beetle, asian ladybug, infographic, Invasive Species, Lady Beetle, Ladybird, Ladybug, ladybug infographic, ladybug meme, meme 2 Comments
Entolegality: Do entomologists have special bug privileges?
Written by Joe Ballenger Is it true that you can order insects when it is illegal for me to order them? Example I would wanna buy a beetle from Japan and it’s illegal for me to own one can you … Continue reading
Posted in Culture, History, Law, Pest Management, Uncategorized Tagged Agriculture, Environment, Government, History, Invasive Species, Law, Protocol, Science 1 Comment