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  • Meet Florida’s Beautiful Nursery Web Spider

    In celebration of Valentine's Day, learn about a spider that gives his mate a gift... But it's not to show her how much he cares!

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  • The Elusive Glowworm

    I bet you've heard of Glowworms, but have you ever seen one? Learn more about these elusive insects here.

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  • Recluse Spiders in Florida

    The popular belief is there’s an abundance of Brown Recluse spiders living freely in Florida. This is not true. Here’s some information about recluse spiders that are sometimes found in Florida.

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  • The Beneficials…Part Three

    You learned how beneficial some Hemipterans (True Bugs) are in Part One and the good many Hymenopterans (Ants, Bees & Wasps) do to control certain insects in Part Two. Now, let me introduce you to the beneficial Dipterans (Flies).

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  • Pest Profile: Chinch Bugs

    Chinch bugs are tiny insects known to destroy St. Augustine lawns in Florida. Learn about their biology and how to identify them.

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  • The Signs of Termite Infestation

    It’s important to keep an eye out for termites throughout the year, even in fall and winter. Here are tips to understand the types of termites infesting Florida.

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  • Top Mosquito Misconceptions

    Mosquitoes are one of the most well-known backyard pests. Learn what you don’t know about mosquitoes and how you can keep them away this summer.

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  • How to Treat Common Bug Bites

    Most bug bites are simply annoying with symptoms like redness, swelling, pain and itching. Caring for a bug bite doesn’t seem too difficult, but some remedies work better on certain types of bites and stings. Learn how to care for the most common stings and bites.

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  • A Guide to Garden Bugs: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    If you’re just trying out your green thumb or just maintaining your landscaping, here are the bugs you should be on the lookout for - good, bad and ugly.

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  • The Brown Dog Tick

    Brown Dog Ticks can be a curse. Oftentimes, they are brought into the home by a dog that has visited an area where other dogs have been present (dog park, kennel, etc.). If you have concerns about the Brown Dog Tick, read this for more information.

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