In a puzzling case, a person in Utah became infected with the Zika virus, but health officials can't figure out how the person contracted it, Live Science reports.
ORLANDO, Fla. — NPMA Academy, the National Pest Management Association's annual event for advancing the professional and business development of the industry's current and future leaders in a fun, interactive environment, is being held this week in Orlando, Fla. NPMA Academy was lead-sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, with additional sponsorships from Bayer, Forshaw, Douglas Products, Forshaw, Syngenta and Zoecon.
Check out photos from this year's event in the following slideshow.
Outside American Pest Control is Bugga, a bulldog statue painted up with leaves and bugs. The statue, one of 40 created around Athens, Ga. in honor of the University of Georgia, is nothing new, but is now highly visited by virtual gamers alike.
In Brunswick, N.J., 30 scientists had a meeting they believed was warranted to discuss their concerns for the persistent spread of the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB).
Known for its agricultural nuisance, the stink bug was seen as far east as South Carolina, as south as Alabama and as west as the Dakotas.