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Plague and Tularemia cases confirmed statewide

Published on May 16, 2015 by in Uncategorized

Updated: 05/15/2015 6:48 PM | Created: 05/15/2015 6:38 PM By: KOB.com Web Staff New Mexico health officials confirm there have been four cases of plague and ten cases of Tularemia reported in animals around the state so far this year. The two most recent cases of Tularemia were found in dead rabbits in the Eldorado

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New Killer Tick Virus Discovered

Outbreak News Today February 20, 2015 In a follow-up to a report of a Kansas man dying from a novel virus, called Bourbon virus over the summer, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported today in the journal, Emerging Infectious Diseases, it is a novel member of the genus Thogotovirus. This is the first time a virus in

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What makes black widows so deadly

Published on January 11, 2015 by in Uncategorized

What makes black widows so deadly Neal Colgrass, Newser staff 11:44 a.m. EST January 11, 2015 (Photo: AP file) (NEWSER) – Black widow spiders are known for their lethal venom, but just how did they get so deadly? Apparently by evolving quickly over the years during their pursuit of “ever-bigger prey,” reports. According to a

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Identification of Bed Bug Pheromones

Published on January 7, 2015 by in Uncategorized

Bedbug bait and trap invented by Simon Fraser University scientists Biologist Regine Gries endured 180,000 bedbug bites as her team hunted for the ultimate bedbug lure CBC News Posted: Dec 22, 2014 12:31 PM PTLast Updated: Dec 23, 2014 6:57 AM PT After 180,000 bedbug bites and eight years of study, Simon Fraser University scientists

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Pest problems rise in the winter

From The Daily Record As the weather turns colder homeowners may start to notice more insect and rodent in their homes, according to Len Douglen, executive director of the New Jersey Pest Management Association. Among the insect species that invade structures in the fall are Asian lady beetles, the boxelder bug, stink bugs, elm leaf beetles,

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Black Widow Spiders: More Complex and Unusual than Previously Thought

Published on April 29, 2014 by in Uncategorized

from NPMA Drs. Emily MacLeod and Maydianne Andrade of the University of Toronto at Scarborough recently published a paper analyzing the mating behavior of western black widow spiders (Lactrodectus hesperus). In a departure from the literature of insect mating strategies males exhibited preferences when selecting a mate. When given a choice, males strongly preferred to

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What’s Bugging You? TODAY

Published on April 1, 2014 by in Uncategorized

As the weather warms, Missy Henriksen of the National Pest Management Association visits TODAY to analyze which pests and bugs represent the most serious risks, and what you do to prevent an infestation in your home.   Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

 
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Termites take flight in Albuquerque

Published on March 10, 2013 by in Uncategorized

Subterranean termites will generally swarm in late February or early March here in Albuquerque. Just as expected the recent precipitation and mild temperatures have been ideal for termites to take flight. The alates that make up the swarms are the adult reproductive caste of the colony. When environmental conditions are just right, these social insects

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City ordinance for feeding pigeons

Published on April 14, 2012 by in Uncategorized

Feeding pigeons is prohibited by ordinance in Albuquerque. This ordinance also requires that property be kept clean of mess caused by pigeons when conditions become a nuisance. Visit the City’s website here.

 
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Bed Bug Prevention From the City of Albuquerque

Published on April 14, 2012 by in Uncategorized

The City of Albuquerque’s Department of Environmental Health has a great website on bed bugs and bed bug prevention. For more information visit their site directly here.

 
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