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What in the World is THAT!!??
May 2, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

We often receive pictures that look completely and totally alien and WEIRD to most people, but like good little Entomologists, we know exactly what they are! The picture sent in to us most recently from a gentleman in Deer Park is a two-for-one special! Have you ever seen a very large green caterpillar with strange-looking white ovals […]

Adventures Among Ants
September 6, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Ants are endlessly fascinating.  They seem so HUMAN in the way they bustle around, cooperating in all things whether building great metropolises, hauling food, overcoming enemies or taking care of their queen and their baby sisters.  They epitomize industry and selfless devotion to the cause – their colony.  Of course as children we may have […]

Hug-A-Bug, This Saturday!
February 10, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Spring is almost here (thank goodness!) and soon Houstonians will be working in their gardens like busy little bees. You can fill your garden with some wonderful plants from our annual spring plant sale, which will be held on April 10th. Before then, however, you can take the opportunity on Valentine’s Day weekend to learn […]



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