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The southern chinch bug is Florida’s No. 1 turf pest.

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Events

May 20-23, 2014

Scavenger Hunts: UF Bug Hunter or Family Fun

May 2014
FREE: Visit the Natural Area Teaching Lab and walk the Insect Sounds QR code trail

May 19-23
UF BugWeek 2014

June 23-29, 2014
National Insect Week (UK)

July 19-27, 2014
National Moth Week

August 11-15, 2014
The International Firefly Symposium 2014

March 6-7, 2015
2015 UF Bee College

The Asian tiger mosquito is a vicious daytime biter.

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Butterfly Personality Quiz

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The green darner dragonfly migrates through South Florida each year, eating mosquitoes all the way.

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Need to know more about bugs? Want to earn a degree in entomology from UF, perhaps? Trying to identify a bewildering bug from your backyard? Check out these resources:

 

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