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Greeneyedjedi
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Greeneyedjedi Mar 17
Replying to @manmadetime @Expedia
I waited for 5.5 hours despite a 3 hour estimate for the chat only to be told there was nothing they could do. my flights dropped form 214 to 28 dollars and the trip insurance basically was a waste of money because airlines are doing it all without insurance
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Greeneyedjedi Dec 1
An alarming amount of toxic mercury can now be found in coastal fog
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Greeneyedjedi 9 Jul 19
| EDITORIAL: Red tide? It's no joke
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Insect News & ID 6 Jul 19
Honey bee viruses could be spreading to bumble bees -
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Greeneyedjedi 6 Jul 19
Race Pilot Recovers From Accelerated Stall Less Than 100 Feet Off The Ground | Boldmethod
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Greeneyedjedi 18 Apr 19
Beach lions again hunting seals and coastal birds in Namibia, after 35 years - via |
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Insect News & ID 4 Dec 18
CDC warns of exotic ticks spreading across the nation that may carry diseases - USA TODAY
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Insect News & ID 2 Dec 18
Crunchy: Louisiana farm hopes to expand into edible insect market - Monroe News Star
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Greeneyedjedi 1 Dec 18
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Luis Gomez 15 Aug 18
Short video showing pollinators in action at USDA and NDSU Sunflower research.
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Rufus Isaacs 15 Aug 18
We are recruiting an entomology research technician/lab manager position, and seeking a diverse candidate pool. Details at , code 526059. Please help get the word out, as this has been posted with an 8/21 application deadline. Questions to isaacsr@msu.edu
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Dr Erica McAlister 20 Aug 18
Whoah. I dont hate mosquitoes & THEY ARE NOT KILLERS - I dislike the plasmodia/viruses & other pathogens that they transmit which are KILLERS. Mosquitoes larvae are important food for many species & the adults can be important pollinators!
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Dr Erica McAlister 8 Aug 18
Ok Hymenopterists - what's this? It's really small...and from Dominica? (poor image but it's now in a sample to come up to the third floor)
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Jack Phan 20 Aug 18
Wow! Masayoshi Matsumoto does not make your average . 😯 The 19 Most Intricate, Expensive-Looking Balloon Animals You’ve Ever Seen 👉🏼
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