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Urban Biodiversity

Originally posted on Living With Insects Blog:
Urban areas are home to many insects including dragonflies. The aquatic dragonfly larvae grow and develop in the numerous ponds and small streams present in many cities. Urban areas have numerous ponds, primarily…

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More trees, less sneeze!

AAAAchooo! I don’t know about you but I have been waking up with a runny nose and my colleagues have been sneezing away in lab meetings and seminars. It is allergy time! You would think that one positive thing about … Continue reading

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