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Tag: Annals of the Entomological Society of America

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Gut Microbes Can Help Insects Beat Pesticides

Insects have evolved a variety of mechanisms to try to overcome the effects of insecticides—including, in some cases, help from the bacteria and other microbes living in insects' guts. A growing number of studies indicate a link between symbiotic microbes and insecticide resistance in a diverse range of insects.

Three New Wasp Species Discovered in Vietnam

For the first time in the Indochina region, wasps from the Cynipidae family have been discovered. Plagiotrochus indochinensis, Dryocosmus okajimai, and Synophrus vietnamensis are described in a new article appearing […]

Rearing Stink Bugs for Biological Control

Many people think of stink bugs as pests, especially as the brown marmorated stink bugs spreads throughout the U.S. However, certain stink bugs are beneficial, such as Podisus nigrispinus (Dallas), […]

New Info on an Elusive Green Cicada

For nearly 80 years, the North American cicada Okanagana viridis has received little attention in scientific literature, but a new article in the Annals of the Entomological Society of America […]