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PCT Podcast: George Williams on the European Fire Ant Outbreak in Massachusetts

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PCT recently spoke with George Williams, general manager and staff entomologist for Environmental Health Services, Norwood, Mass., about European Fire Ants, Myrmica rubra. Williams has become a “go to” source on this pest, which recently made news in New England after infestations were found in a pair of Cambridge yards. Learn more about this outbreak and this invasive ant in the following podcast.

| July 30, 2010

PCT recently spoke with George Williams, general manager and staff entomologist for Environmental Health Services, Norwood, Mass., about European Fire Ants, Myrmica rubra (related story). Williams has become a “go to” source on this pest, which recently made news in New England after infestations were found in a pair of Cambridge yards. Learn more about this outbreak and this invasive ant in the following podcast.
 
 

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