Monday, April 26, 2010

Keeping Invasives in Check

Raspberry crazy ants were first spotted in the U.S. in 2002 and since then have made their way through at least 14 Texas counties. These invasive pests are tiny enough to squeeze through minute cracks and tend to cluster inside computers. They have caused up to a billion dollars of damage to companies and their population needs to be kept in check. This article gives tips on how to spot the species, how they arrived in the U.S. and how to find new species discovery. Click here to read more and help keep invasives in check.