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Everyone knows about bug spray, but if you're serious about keeping that bite count down, there are more ways to prepare for those mosquitoes descending upon the D.C. area.
A major pest is poised for a comeback: The stink bug is returning as temperatures drop.
You could describe butterflies and stink bugs as the "Beauty and the Beast" of the insect world, on opposite ends of the attractiveness spectrum.
Evergreens throughout the region are being confronted with a new kind of enemy: the bagworm.
Could eating bugs solve world hunger and be delicious?
Cicadas have been spotted in St. Mary's County. The worst of the 17-year bug infestation will hit by the first week of June.
University of Maryland entomologist Mike Raupp offers a few simple solutions to get rid of ants.
Later in the spring, this brood of periodical cicadas —- which surfaces every 17 years -— will swarm the East Coast from North Carolina to New York and farther north.
Stink bugs are likely to come roaring back in 2013, according to University of Maryland entomology professor Mike Raupp.
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