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What is it: Dieunomia bees


October 7, 2014

Have you seen groups of small sandy mounds such as this and wondered what was in there? A solitary halictid bee known as Dieunomia heteropoda may be living inside with her brood. The mounds are created when a Dieunomia female bee digs ... READ MORE

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What is it: Frangipani moth


October 7, 2014

A friend sent me this photo last month with the explanation, "Found this outside our house--friendly?" My friend lives in Pembroke Pines, FL and the startlingly colored and rather large creepy-crawly she found is a frangipani moth caterpillar, ... READ MORE

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Tags: Caterpillars, Moths

Giant African Land Snail Invades Broward County


September 30, 2014

You might have heard by now of the giant African land snail, a very large plant- and house-eating snail that was once eradicated from Florida and has been reintroduced, keeping Miami-Dade County residents and regulatory officials alike busy. ... READ MORE

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Taxonomic Training Video Feedback Wanted


September 23, 2014

The Advanced Taxonomic Training video series available on the National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN) First Detector site now includes diagnostician-level training for the identification of scales, mealybugs, whiteflies, aphids, stink bugs, ... READ MORE

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Tags: FDACS-DPI, NPDN, Training

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