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    Here in America ticks are public enemy number one. No other arthropod causes as much illness in the United States as ticks do. Lyme disease is the most well known type of tick-borne disease in the US, but there are twenty different tick-borne diseases that are spread in America. These many different tick-borne diseases are spread by several different types of ticks that reside in every corner of America. These ticks include the blacklegged tick, the lone star tick, the dog tick, the Rocky Mountain wood tick and the Gulf Coast tick just to name a few. It goes without…
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  • Termites Once Infested The Capitol Building In DC
    The damage that termites can inflict on wood-constructed structures has been well known to humanity for thousands of years. Termites cause two billion dollars in property damage each year within the United States alone. This makes termites one of the most economically devastating types of insect pest. Termites were likely a problem for our ancient ancestors as well. The etymology of the word “termite” could be indicative of the attitude that our ancestors had toward termites during the Roman era. The words “termite” and “termitidae” are derived from the word “termes”. The word “termes” means “to rub” in latin, but…
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    You may not find it hard to believe that insects are not the most popular topic of study in colleges and universities. In fact, the amount of college students choosing to enter careers in entomology are decreasing significantly, and this is a concern to public health officials. The sub-field of entomology known as medical-entomology is seeing the greatest decrease in interested students. There is nothing new about this decrease as the amount of students pursuing careers in entomology has been decreasing for the past two decades. However, the amount of students pursuing degrees in medical entomology is at an unprecedented low-point.…
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