The spirea aphid, Aphis spiraecola, an invasive pest, has been discovered for the first time in Denmark by University of ...
INSECTS The spirea aphid, Aphis spiraecola, an invasive pest, has been discovered for the first time in Denmark by University of Copenhagen researchers. The extent of its current distribution ...
With the description of these yucky critters having wings, I’m confident that your Afghan pine is hosting more than its fair share of aphids. Yes, aphids. Most people, when you say aphids, think of ...
At just over 1 centimeter in size, this fly is a voracious predator of all aphid species and is already present in hundreds of hectares devoted to the production of berries in the province of Huelva.
Sharon Begley, whose science journalism career spanned 43 years at Newsweek, the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, and STAT, died ...
The situation was “catastrophic” in France this year, where yields dropped by a fifth, according to Elisabeth Lacoste, director of the International Confederation of European Beet Growers lobby, ...
Sulfoxaflor is used to control piercing and sucking insects such as the sugarcane aphid in sorghum and the tarnished plant bug in cotton. The agency was ordered by a federal court in 2015 to ...
It has survived invasions by Vandals and Visigoths and an infestation by an American aphid. It was served to royalty and sought by pirates. Now, it’s a billion-dollar industry. But the 2000-year ...
A tiny bug, the aphid-like Asian citrus psyllid, spreads the disease. Leaves of infected trees become mottled and misshapen, and their fruit is bitter. The disease can kill a citrus tree in as few ...
The UC Davis Insect Ecology Group has named Arnold Menke's publication on "The Ammophila of North and Central America (Hymenoptera, Sphecidae)" as one of the best papers of 2020. Every year the UC ...
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Pest control told her it was a “Christmas bug," formally known as an Aphid. This was the perfect Christmas tree, until one of these guys was found! What the bug is and what the recommendation is ...
His prose mimics this, beginning earthy and becoming airy. A good chapter retells the life history of an aphid, then, nearby, Hamer imagines himself a raindrop; on another page he’s the Minotaur.