|SPIDER-MAN AND FRIENDS:TALES OF HIVES, WEBS AND MOUNDS
by Sandra Avant
With a "web" of insect information at their disposal, NMSU's David Richman and other entomologists reach out to New Mexico's children.
|A BUG'S REAL LIFE
by Natalie Johnson
Popular culture is a breeding ground for misconceptions about insects and other crawlers. It's just not true that the only good bug is a dead bug.
|INSECT 0UTLAWS OF NEW
EXICO'S PAST (and the men who hunted them)
by Rena Larrañaga
New Mexico's "most wanted" insects of the past century wreaked havoc cross the state as NMSU's College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences suffered a drought of entomologists.
by D'Lyn Ford
Six-legged species are landing in New Mexico at an accelerating rate, a concern for farmers and city dwellers alike. Thank goodness most bugs are friendly.Giving foreign bugs a green card
Look at what's crawling across New Mexico!
- Entomology was important to the land-grant system
- Hungry, hungry horn flies (Summer/Fall 1999)
- No trivial pursuit (Summer/Fall 1999)
- Insects indicating unhealthy forests (Summer/Fall 1999)
- High-tech Hoover (Summer/Fall 1999)
- College's pest readiness in jeopardy