Sep 18, 2003 — Cats have their own, dogs have theirs, and we do, too. Ancient Romans thought fleas were generated from dust. Martha Foley and Dr. Curt Stager discuss this old "friend" of humankind, the flea. Go to full article
Jul 17, 2003 — Ants seem to be everywhere in the environment; some insects mimic ants in appearance and smell. Dr. Curt Stager tells Martha Foley one theory about why ants "milk" aphids--they think they're talking to another ant. Go to full article
May 03, 2001 — Fewer honeybees doesn't just mean less honey. Honeybees also play a large role in the agricultural world. Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foleytell why bees are such valuable resources. Go to full article
Jan 18, 2001 — Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley talk about snow flies. This tiny wingless fly likes the cold, making their own antifreeze to survive the weather. They are a pest only to rodents, carrying the roundworm parasites that infect them. Go to full article
Jan 11, 2001 — Anyone who has had pets has heard of fleas. But snow fleas--that's a different story! As Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley explain, these tiny critters look like pepper on the snow on days just above freezing. Go to full article
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