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Fall 2013 Newsletter
Tom TurpinOn Six LegsFebruary 27, 2014
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What's New LaPorte?September 27, 2013
Entomology alumnus Robert Bruce Cummings (BS '57, MS '64) died last September in LaPorte, Indiana. Bruce earned both his Bachelors and Masters degrees at Purdue. To read the entire obituary, click R B Cummings obit.
Patsy KellyWTHI-TVFebrusry 20, 2014
Adam Witte, Exotic Forest Pest Educator, was recently consulted for comments by WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, Indiana regarding the invasion and treatment of Emerald Ash Borer. For the complete news segment, click on Adam's comments.
Tom TurpinOn Six LegsFebruary 13, 2014
Photo by Steve Yaninek
For hundreds, maybe thousands, of years, monarch butterflies flapped and floated across prairies and through woodlands of the Eastern part of the United States. Then, as trees and native grasses fell before the ax and plow of the pioneers, an agricultural patchwork of pastures, corn and hay fields, roadsides and fencerows emerged. But unlike the bison and the bobcat, the monarch butterflies soldiered on.
Each spring the bronze-colored butterflies with the distinctive black-line markings begin a northward trek. Along the way, the butterflies sip nectar, mate and deposit eggs on milkweed plants.
Emerald Ash Borer
Entomology Graduate Organization (EGO)
Forest Entomology Laboratory
Indiana Invasive Species Council (IISC)
Indiana Pest Management Association
Indiana's 'Most Unwanted' Invasive Plant Pests (CAPS)
Interregional Research Project No. 4 (IR-4)
IPM in Schools
Ixodes Scapularis Genome Project (IGP)
Landscape Entomology Laboratory
Network for the Genetic Improvement of Cowpea for Africa (NGICA)
Ohio Valley Entomology Association (OVEA)
On Six Legs
Pest Management Correspondence Courses
Post Harvest Grain Quality
Public Health and Medical Entomology Program
Purdue Entomological Research Collections (PERC)
Purdue Forensic Science Club
Purdue Improved Crop Storage (PICS2)
Purdue Pest Management Conference
The Bee Hive: Honey Bees
Thomas Say Entomological Society
Tippecanoe County Butterfly Encounter
Urban Ecology Laboratory
Western Corn Rootworm Distribution Maps
Wildlife Conflicts Information Hotline