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mosquitoes, mite, spider, and spotted lanternfly

mosquitoes, mite, spider, and spotted lanternfly

The subjects of top posts on Entomology Today in 2020 included mosquitoes that can’t stop blood-feeding (top left), a guide to integrated pest management options for Varroa destructor mites (top right), a new genus and species of trapdoor spider dubbed an “endangered living fossil” (bottom left), and perennial invasive insect of concern, the spotted lanternfly (bottom right). (Photos credits: mosquitoes: Perran Ross, Ph.D.; Varroa mite: USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, public domain; spider: Jason Bond, Ph.D.; spotted lanternfly: Eric R. Day, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Bugwood.org)

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