Things Bad About Spring: Return of Biting Insects

Assassin bugs are usually encountered when they are hunting in foliage. They use the long sharp proboscis on their head to secure and eat their victims.
Assassin bugs are usually encountered when they are hunting in foliage. They use the long sharp proboscis on their head to secure and eat their victims.

Les Harrison is the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Director

Florida is famous for beautiful beaches, sunny weather and abundant wildlife within a wide variety of ecosystems. These are the features which make living here great. With all that to love, what could possibly make one reconsider? There is one hurdle to living in this paradise. The bugs. Read the full article here!

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Posted: April 13, 2015


Category: Natural Resources, Wildlife
Tags: Assassin Bugs, Big Bend Bugs!, Biting Bugs, Bugs, Environment, Extension, Florida, General Information, Gnats, Insects, Kissing Bugs, Les Harrison, Mosquitos, Natural Resources, Natural Wakulla, Pest Management, Wakulla, Wakulla CED, Wakulla County, Wakulla County Extension, Wakulla Extension


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