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  1. I suggest you consult or hire a professional pest...

    I suggest you consult or hire a professional pest control company or plumber. A professional will investigate the proper way to treat your infestation. A good company will go into your subarea and...
  2. Ya sort of answered your own question. I'm not...

    Ya sort of answered your own question. I'm not sure who really knows what those lions were thinking, scientists do try. Find out yourself, whether lions are ever cannibalistic. Cannibalism seems...
  3. Question: Mystery bugs

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    You might consider switching to a hypoallergenic...

    You might consider switching to a hypoallergenic soap. Search the internet, and you will find many websites, like this one: Hypoallergenic Soaps
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    Here is a good website: Termite Baits: A Guide...

    Here is a good website: Termite Baits: A Guide for Homeowners
  5. Question: Type of centipedes

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    The house centipede, Scutigera coleoptrata,...

    The house centipede, Scutigera coleoptrata, has rather dainty long skinny bent legs. Click here for a good website on house centipedes. Other species may wander inside, but the house centipede...
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    If you don't smoke pot, you shouldn't worry. The...

    If you don't smoke pot, you shouldn't worry. The small amount you may have inhaled is likely to be processed out of your system, by the time you are tested. Just don't go to any parties between now...
  7. Question: Transparent bugs

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    Springtails (Collembola) are small slightly...

    Springtails (Collembola) are small slightly transparent insects that can be found in homes. However, they aren't solitary - where there is one, you usually find many more.

    Springtail
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    I did not find a specific authoritative reference...

    I did not find a specific authoritative reference that stated that the dubia roach is parthenogenetic, however, there is a possibility that dubia roaches, Blaptica dubia, don't need males to...
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    Wear old clothes that can tolerate a hot water...

    Wear old clothes that can tolerate a hot water wash. Brush yourself off at the infested house. Consider changing clothes at the infested house. Put the cleaning clothes into a plastic bag. ...
  11. .. found these websites that have useful...

    .. found these websites that have useful information for you. Methyl bromide is seeing less use these days. Homeowners can't buy methyl bromide. Home use fumigants won't work for powderpost...
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    Sunset climate zones: Western Washington state -...

    Sunset climate zones: Western Washington state - Sunset.com
  13. It seems that mites are a common problem in...

    It seems that mites are a common problem in african violets and there are a lot of farmers/hobbyists growing african violets. Internet sites point to three major mite pests of african violets -...
  14. Pigeon droppings can harbor a fungus and cause a...

    Pigeon droppings can harbor a fungus and cause a lung problem for humans called histoplasmosis, but it usually only affects those who have weakened immune systems. Although there is controversy...
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    Maybe these are new to you: Celebrity game...

    Maybe these are new to you:

    Celebrity game

    Two truths and a lie.

    Most kids probably already know these card games like poker, go fish, crazy eights, speed
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    SUNY's Wildlife Science major is applicable for...

    SUNY's Wildlife Science major is applicable for any job that requires field biology skills. I feel lucky that my major was directly related, when I first started, to my career. A wildlife science...
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    Zoology and Animal Biology - Search Schools...

    Zoology and Animal Biology - Search Schools Offering a Degree in Zoology and Animal Biology
  18. You start by learning about the zoos and the jobs...

    You start by learning about the zoos and the jobs where you want to work. Every large zoo is likely to have a career and jobs listing website. Volunteer to find out what the job is like, what the...
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    Where's Catsmine when you need him? He/she has...

    Where's Catsmine when you need him? He/she has good experience on flea control. (Joy, remember that a young flea is a larval flea and a larval flea doesn't jump. The adult flea that jumps is the...
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    The name of the major available from SUNY,...

    The name of the major available from SUNY, Wildlife Science, is a reflection of the curricula. In this major, it appears the concentration is on wildlife management rather than animal care. The...
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    According to SUNY's Wildlife Science Major...

    According to SUNY's Wildlife Science Major you would be required to take vertebrate and invertebrate biology courses. That is zoology.
  22. Question: Guava Tree Disease

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    You might have whiteflies. I can't actually see...

    You might have whiteflies. I can't actually see any whitefly nymphs or adults in the picture, but the white flocking is evidence. Whitefly nymphs secrete a white wax that get all over. ...
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  24. Question: Large Mosquito?

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    I took another look at your mosquito picture. ...

    I took another look at your mosquito picture. That is a big mosquito. I searched "large mosquito" and found this interesting website: Gallinipper mosquitoes are here

    ... would hate it if they...
  25. Question: Wheat bugs

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    Safe? Yes. Wheat bugs, especially cooked wheat...

    Safe? Yes. Wheat bugs, especially cooked wheat bugs, do not carry or cause human disease despite the previous response. Palatable? Not so much.

    (I know.. . an old question, but I just had...
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    Wow, you're in a Ph.D. program and can't figure...

    Wow, you're in a Ph.D. program and can't figure it out for yourself?
  27. Question: Wheat bugs

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    If you manage to swallow a live wheat bug, it...

    If you manage to swallow a live wheat bug, it will die in your stomach. It'd be awesome, but very unlikely, for it to chew its way out of your stomach or to survive and breed in your stomach's acid...
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    Insects grow in stages. Each stage is called an...

    Insects grow in stages. Each stage is called an instar. Young insects feed, get a little fatter, and molt whereupon the old skin, (=exuvia), is cast off, and the new skin (=exoskeleton) emerges...
  29. Question: Flying red ants ?

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    Some species of ants or wasps do sting and/or...

    Some species of ants or wasps do sting and/or bite. Without a picture, it is difficult to tell you what you have. Termites and fruit flies don't bite or sting, but of course, termites present a...
  30. Question: Box elder bugs

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    A vacuum or broom would be a good tool. And I...

    A vacuum or broom would be a good tool. And I think Teach meant for you to spray the laundry soap around the outside of your house. Your time might be better spent fixing/installing window screens,...
  31. Question: Pine trees

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    Cutting down a 22 foot tall pine tree to 10 feet...

    Cutting down a 22 foot tall pine tree to 10 feet is probably best handled by a professional tree crew. Ask the tree company for their opinion. Seek an arborist who can give you an opinion on the...
  32. Question: Large Mosquito?

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    A "dragonfly" is a member of the Order Odonata. ...

    A "dragonfly" is a member of the Order Odonata. THAT IS NOT A DRAGONFLY.

    It does look like a mosquito. Identification to species level is the purview of an expert. You might be able to get a...
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    Sphinx moth pupa...

    Sphinx moth pupa. Sphingidae species include the tobacco hornworm and also the tomato hornworm.

    The tail you see is actually the head end.

    It might interest you to save the pupa in a cup...
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    Azadirachtin is also known as neem oil in the...

    Azadirachtin is also known as neem oil in the U.S. It is widely available as an organic insecticide in the U.S. for agricultural and home garden uses. In the U.S. you already have significant...
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    Check for the tobacco budworm....

    Check for the tobacco budworm. You might see chew holes, chewing damage, or frass (insect poop).

    If you don't find worms, then it could possibly be overwatering or too much humidity

    Also,...
  36. Mulberry trees are specifically regulated in...

    Mulberry trees are specifically regulated in California to prevent the spread of Pierce's disease. Purchase your mulberry tree locally rather than having it mailed to you. A locally purchased tree...
  37. Question: Farm fresh eggs

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    Let them age. Use older eggs. Fresh eggs...

    Let them age. Use older eggs. Fresh eggs (boiled) are harder to peel, than older eggs...
    USDA factsheet
  38. Question: Farm fresh eggs

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    Here are 2 search results that may help: ...

    Here are 2 search results that may help:

    Backyardchickens.com
    USDA Food Safety - eggs


    Then again, it is just six eggs, worth $1?
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    Here is a good resource: Wildlife Damage...

    Here is a good resource: Wildlife Damage Management. I learned from Snake-Removal.com that rodent urine is used in snake traps. I also learned that snakes are drawn to moist areas, from - NC...
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    You could be looking at a case-making clothes...

    You could be looking at a case-making clothes moth. Check your woolens. There are other species of case making moths, and bagworms that make similar cases but are not as bad a pest. I would have...
  41. Manure Management Practices for the Minnesota...

    Manure Management Practices for the Minnesota Pork Industry
  42. Question: Bugs in juniper

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    Beetles are your main culprit. Possibly...

    Beetles are your main culprit. Possibly powderpost beetles. Call a termite fumigation company. A customer might allow you to throw your table in under the tarp.

    Wood-Boring Beetles in Homes...
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    Caterpillar is the common name applied to the...

    Caterpillar is the common name applied to the larvae (pre-adult) stages of butterflies and moths. The larvae of other insects that are also fully metabolous (the flies, wasps, beetles) are commonly...
  44. The depth of the sample was apparently the OP's...

    The depth of the sample was apparently the OP's clue that the seed was ancient. Perhaps the seed is petrified.

    As you can imagine, identification of a plant to species from a seed, let alone...
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    Ehh, I just noticed I answered 3 - three year old...

    Ehh, I just noticed I answered 3 - three year old questions. Hey ponyowner, next time start your own thread
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    Hey! You are not supposed to put your homework...

    Hey! You are not supposed to put your homework questions on here.
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    ... for serious clearing, call a backhoe and...

    ... for serious clearing, call a backhoe and dozer company;

    ... for weed control, call a weed abatement company example 1 or example 2

    ... for a garden installation/clean-up call a garden...
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    Do you mean milkweed? I don't know specifically...

    Do you mean milkweed? I don't know specifically about Calotropis, but weeds are often seen on roadsides because weeds are the first to invade disturbed areas. Roadsides are often regularly cleared...
  49. Question: House spiders

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    Here is a U. Nebraska website...

    Here is a U. Nebraska website
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    Here is a reference on Land Clearing from the BC...

    Here is a reference on Land Clearing from the BC Ministry of Agriculture.
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