Bug season already? Warm winter may draw them out

USA Today: One of the USA's warmest winters in years could lead to a bug bonanza over the next few weeks, as beetles, ants, termites, wasps and other insects come out much earlier than average. "Even things like mosquitoes might come out earlier," says Rutgers entomologist George Hamilton, who says the pests typically don't appear until late April. In some places, the onslaught has already begun: "We're seeing insects out there that we don't usually see this time of year," says Missy Henriksen of the......

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