Tuesday, October 15, 2019
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Scott Shalaway details the history of dragonfly swarm sightings in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Centipedes and millipedes are harmless invertebrates that occasionally occur indoors, but seldom warrant chemical control.

The voices of owls and frogs subside in September, allowing insect sounds to dominate. Learn more about what to listen for on late summer nights.

Since his wife brought home that spectacular eastern Hercules beetle he described in his column a few weeks ago, Scott Shalaway has embraced beetlemania.

Scott Shalaway shares information on the eastern Hercules beetle, a species of rhinoceros beetles that are common throughout the eastern deciduous forest.

Compounds derived from coconut oil are better than DEET at repelling blood-sucking insects, according to a new U.S. Department of Agriculture study.

Many insects are less conspicuous and seldom recognized. In fact, some are rarely seen as adults. Have you ever seen any of these?

Insect numbers peak during warm weather. Learn what to look for in your backyard during this time of year.

Fireflies, or lightning bugs as my dad called them, are neither flies nor bugs. They are beetles. Learn more about nature's fireworks.

About 8 days ago, Kymberly Foster Seabolt contracted cellulitis. Probably from a bug bite. Fortunately, her family is pitching in to take care of her.
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