Monday, April 18, 2016

The usefulness, value and utility of BugwoodImages is demonstrated in the April 2016 Issue of “IPM Insights”, the Newsletter of the Northeastern (USA) IPM Center

Access the April 2016 Issue (Volume 13: issue 2) at:

An image of Colorado potato beetle taken by David Cappaert [Michigan State University] is used to illustrate the article “End of an Era of Easy Pest Solutions” about the issues of managing Colorado potato beetle.

An image depicting Palmer amaranth in a field taken by Howard Schwartz [Colorado State University] is used to illustrate the article “Eco Solutions Answer to Herbicide Resistance” about IPM solutions to managing herbicide resistance.

The article “Photographers Lift Pests’ Poise” is about images available for educational use that resulting from a Cornell University / Bugwood partnership that was established through a Northeastern IPM Center grant.  Additionally, an image depicting hesitant dagger moth larva by Bruce Watt [University of Maine] is used to illustrate this article.

An image showing fire blight symptoms by Rebecca Wallace [University of Georgia] is used in the article titled “Antibiotic-Resistant Fire Blight".