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    • UF/IFAS scientists adapt household products to dupe and trap deadly disease-carrying insects in Africa

      See caption below GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Crushed seashells and vinegar could be the key ingredients in an inexpensive and readily available way to lure and trap disease-carrying insects in developing nations, according to a new UF/IFAS study. By using these … Continue reading

      Caribbean spiny lobsters create safe havens to avoid disease

        See caption below GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Spiny lobsters practice “behavioral immunity” to create safe havens that prevent them from contracting a lethal disease in the wild, an important finding for the $50 million annual spiny lobster fishery in Florida, according … Continue reading

      Recreational fish-catch data can help save money in monitoring invasive largemouth bass

        See caption below GAINESVILLE, Fla. — University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences researchers are using data from fishing tournaments to gauge how non-native largemouth bass in Africa are invading lakes and preying on smaller, native fish, … Continue reading

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