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  • 4 years

    Bugs and Suds: Liesch to Talk Insects at Science on Tap Event

    Extension entomologist PJ Liesch will be discussing insects at the Science on Tap Event in Minocqua on Wednesday, December 4th.  Science on Tap events are held at the Minocqua Brewing Company the first Wednesday of each month and are an informal way...

  • 4 years

    UW Students Take 2nd Place at ESA Linnaean Games

    Every year, teams of entomology students from around the country face off at the Linnaean Games—a head-to-head entomology-themed trivia competition held at the annual Entomological Society of America meeting. UW Entomology took second place overall in...

  • 4 years

    Early Cold Snap Doesn’t Faze Ticks

    Despite the early snow around Halloween and unseasonably cold temperatures, ticks can still be encountered.  Tick levels seem to be similar to last year or possibly higher in some areas according to Dr. Susan Paskewitz.
    https://www.wisconsinrapidstribune.com/story/news/2019/11/06/wisconsin-tick-season-continues-more-ticks-mean-more-lyme-disease/4095890002/...

  • 4 years

    Welcome Dr. Amy Trowbridge!

    The entomology department is excited to announce our new forest entomologist, Dr. Amy Trowbridge.  Amy’s research focuses on how climate variability can alters a tree’s ability to chemically defend itself against insects.  A website for the Trowbridge...

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