Tag Archives: Formicidae

Life of a Student Worker in the Mississippi Entomological Museum

By Margaret Harris (Mississippi State undergraduate student, student worker in the MEM) When I first was hired to work for the department, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. All I was told is that I would be pinning ants … Continue reading

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Tawny crazy ants spreading in the southeastern US

Tawny crazy ants, Nylanderia fulva, are big time news these days. This species has been causing serious nuisance problems in Texas and  Florida for 15 years plus and has been continually spreading to more counties in those states each year.  Other southern states are … Continue reading

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