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Entomology

Cicada

A Cicada Postmortem: What We’re Learning From Brood X

Giant Insects Provided New Perspective on Impact of Climate Change, the Effects of Social Media and More

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Bees

U.S. Beekeepers Continue to Report High Colony Loss Rates, UMD-led Survey Finds

Bee Informed Partnership’s Results Used to Help Beekeepers, Researchers Seeking Solutions

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Animation of cicadas emerging and receding into holes in the ground

A Hole New Perspective on Brood X

Entomology Class Warms Up to Studying 17-Year Cicadas

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Photo illustration of a cicada wearing a chef hat

‘Cicada-licous’ Cooking

Alum’s 17-Year-Old Recipe Collection Offers Insect-Infused—and Protein-Packed—Ideas for Brood X Emergence

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Animation of cicadas popping up on McKeldin Mall

Brood X Rising

How to Get Through the Coming Cicada Swarms, With Tips From a UMD Expert

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Close-up of bees

How to Bee of Assistance

One-man Squad Comes to Aid of Apiculture Novices

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Person holding part of beehive

Honey Bee Losses Reach Record Highs, Survey Finds

UMD Researchers, Partners Find Unusually High Summer, Low Winter Hits to Survival

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Elizabeth Hook stands out in the class of 1920’s sophomore class photo.

Maryland’s Leading Lady

A Century Ago, an Outgoing Entomology Major Became UMD’s First Four-Year Female Grad

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Destructive lanternflies, which threaten agriculture, have been spotted in Maryland, says entomology Professor Mike Raupp, aka "The Bug Guy."

The Lowdown on Lanternflies

Dark Days for Fruit Growers Could Follow Insect’s Spread, Bug Guy Says

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Mosquito on skin sucking blood

Tracking West Nile, Neighborhood by Neighborhood

NIH Awards $2M for Research to ID Genes That Make Mosquitoes Target People

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Japanese beetles eat leaves

Meet the Beetles

”The Bug Guy” Explains Population Surge in Creepy Critters, Along With Fireflies

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Bees

Bee Wary: UMD-backed Study Finds Colony Losses Exceed 40%

Researchers Call for Greater Understanding of Pollinators’ Problems

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