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All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar Series: Alien Invasions, Zombies Under Foot, and Billions of Decapitated Fire Ants

Tune in to October's All Bugs Good and Bad webinar: Alien Invasions, Zombies Under Foot, and Billions of Decapitated Fire Ants on Friday, October 3.  Learn about the wild world of the Pseudacteon decapitating flies, natural enemies of imported fire ants.

This webinar will be presented by Dr. Sanford Porter, a Research Entomologist in the Imported Fire Ants and Household Insects group of USDA ARS Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology.   Moderated by Nelson Wynn, Regional Extension Agent, Alabama Cooperative Extension System. 

Click here to login as a guest and participate in the live event.  For more webinars in this series, see All Bugs Good and Bad 2014 Webinar Series. The webinars are brought to you by the following eXtension Communities of Practice: Imported Fire Ants, Urban IPM, Bee HealthInvasive Species and Gardens and Landscapes;  and by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System.

Photo Credit: Sanford Porter, USDA-ARS, bugwood.org

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