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Africanized Honey Bee

Africanized Honey Bee

The Sonoran Desert bee season typically runs mid-March through late October, however, because the Tucson area has had a warm and wet winter we’ve seen an increase in bee activity. In addition, there has been continued rapid growth of Africanized…

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Zombie Ants

Zombie Ants

Do you think the world will end this Friday? Well for some ants, their zombie apocalypse has already began. A fungus called Ophiocordyceps camponoti-balzani infects ants, takes over their brains, and then kills the host. Does not sound like a…

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5 Tips To Keep Ants Out

5 Tips to Keep Ants Out

Warm weather changes can mean ant invasion and our phones have been ringing with ant complaints from our customers. Our unusually warm winter means more ants. Cold weather means less. Ants are cold blooded and prefer warmth. The majority of ant invasions occur during…

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