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Recent entomological research from ESA journals, members, and beyond

Lymantria dispar larvae killed by Entomophaga maimaiga fungus

Meet the Fungus That Slows the Spread of an Invasive Moth

One of the best tools for forest entomologists to manage outbreaks of the moth Lymantria dispar is a fungus, native to Japan, that was discovered in the U.S. in 1989. Entomophaga maimaiga can be spread via soil containing its spores or infected L. dispar larvae.

Haemaphysalis longicornis tick

Commonly Used Acaricides Found Effective on Invasive Tick

The Asian longhorned tick (Haemaphysalis longicornis), an invasive species in the U.S., is a threat to cattle and other livestock. A new study finds several pesticides used to manage other tick species are equally effective against the new arrival.

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