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July 30, 2010

European Fire Ants, Myrmica rubra, are making news in Massachusetts after an infestation was reported in a pair of Cambridge yards. PCT spoke with George Williams, general manager and staff entomologist, for Environmental Health Services, Norwood, Mass., about this pest.

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