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Comment on How Do Cicadas Know When to Emerge from the Ground? by Valerie J Spencer
Fri, 21 Aug 2020 15:37:33 +0000http://entomologytoday.org/?p=5000#comment-146925What time in the night do they generally appear? My grandson and I would to try and see it without spending all night outside.
Comment on Digging Deep: The Secrets Within Termite Nests by Mary McCoy
Thu, 20 Aug 2020 17:34:12 +0000https://entomologytoday.org/?p=13924#comment-146922Very interesting!! Thanks!
Comment on Battling Chicken Mites with Bags of Brimstone by sebrina richards
Sun, 16 Aug 2020 09:12:41 +0000http://entomologytoday.org/?p=5807#comment-146908Can Ms.Walker advise if sulfur dust dusting one’s home is recommended if is infested with mites. Please reply. Have tried everything. Have had success with sulfur in limited situations. Need guidance for a grander scale. Thank you.
Comment on Insect Identification: Experts and Guides to ID That Bug You Found by Catherine Zelonis
Fri, 14 Aug 2020 21:07:24 +0000https://entomologytoday.org/?p=9578#comment-146906In reply to Thomas Petty.
Comment on During Quarantine, an Entomologist Takes a Closer Look at a New Invasive Ant Species by Tristan Myers
Fri, 14 Aug 2020 19:17:47 +0000https://entomologytoday.org/?p=13348#comment-146905They won’t have any effect of Florida, Florida has so many invasive ants, its not new at all, and it wont change anything.
Comment on Tracking the Invasion: New Technique Traces Spotted Lanternflies for Life by Nikki M Reightler
Fri, 14 Aug 2020 18:07:04 +0000https://entomologytoday.org/?p=13667#comment-146904Seen one at the Olive Garden in Wyomissing, Pa. It landed on my windshield.
Comment on Study Shows Mosquitoes Can Still Spread Malaria After Long-Distance Flights by tomc5292013
Fri, 14 Aug 2020 07:29:56 +0000https://entomologytoday.org/?p=13878#comment-146903Maybe I am missing something in the article but if the insects are contained in polypropylene tubes, with cloth covering the ends, then how is this an accurate simulation of them riding the high altitude winds to migrate long distances? Surely the tubes protect them to some degree?
Comment on Study Shows Mosquitoes Can Still Spread Malaria After Long-Distance Flights by ashoka u pais
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 16:17:13 +0000https://entomologytoday.org/?p=13878#comment-146901female mosquito anopheles feed only on man, here you mention feeding on chicken, usually they inhabit areas close to human beings only, dont think they can be just blown away by winds, they must be having a sense to detect humans far and wide and then put themselves in winds going that directions, dont know how.
Comment on Study Shows Mosquitoes Can Still Spread Malaria After Long-Distance Flights by Eric Bjerregaard
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 14:48:17 +0000https://entomologytoday.org/?p=13878#comment-146900Great timing folks. They cancel football and then you tell me I could have contracted malaria in The Big House anyways.
Comment on The Bugs and the Bees: A Guide to Entomology Outreach, Even During a Pandemic by Willow Croft
Mon, 10 Aug 2020 13:03:15 +0000https://entomologytoday.org/?p=13813#comment-146896Ha, love the evacuation video!