2019 All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar Series

Ant Pests January 14, 2019 Print Friendly and PDF

Please join us for this webinar series for information you can use about good and bad insects.  We used your feedback to bring topics that you suggested.  We will discuss troublesome insects such as fire ants and landscape pests as well as other animals like arachnids and bats!  Remember, the majority of insects are not pests.  Let's talk about the good guys too and a wealth of other topics.  Webinars will be on the first Friday of each month at 2 p.m. Eastern time.  Click on the title for more information.

FEBRUARY 1, 2019

Open Question and Answer Session
Presented by Dr. Tm Davis, UGA Extension; Janet Hurley, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension; Vicky Bertagnolli, Clemson Extension
 

 

MARCH 1, 2019

emerald ash borerEmerald Ash Borer
Lynne Womack, Georgia Forestry Commission
 

 

APRIL 5, 2019

garter snakeSnakes - Identification and Environmental Importance
Presented by TBA
 

 

MAY 3, 2019

eastern subterranean termite, termiteIns and Outs of Termite Treatments
Presented by Wizzie Brown, Texas A&M Agrilife Extension
 

 

JUNE 7, 2019

bat, Eastern red bat, ipm, urban pestsBatty for Bats!
Presented by Janet Hurley, Texas A&M Agrilife Extension
 

 

AUGUST 2, 2019

caterpillar, Eastern tent caterpillar, ant pests, urban pestsGMOS and Their Effect on Insect Populations
Presented by Dr. Rudy Pacumbaba, Alabama Extension
 

 

SEPTEMBER 6, 2019

ant pests, urban pests, ipm, fire antOuch! Red Imported Fire Ants in the Landscape
Presented by Dr. Tim Davis, UGA Extension
 

 

OCTOBER 4, 2019

euonymus scale, ipm, Scale Insects on Ornamental Plants
Presented by Dr. Jeremy Pickens, Alabama Extension
 

 

NOVEMBER 1, 2019

spider, wolf spider, ant pestSpiders Commonly Found in Houses
Presented by Vicky Bertagnolli, Clemson Extension
 

 

DECEMBER 6, 2019

woodpecker, red-cockaded woodpecker, ant pestsReintroduction of the Red-cockaded Woodpecker
Presented by Mark Pavlosky Jr., MPJ Wildlife Consulting, LLC

 

 

 

Download the flyer for the entire 2019 All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar Series: pdf  

 

The 2019 Webinars are brought to you by the Ant Pests and Urban IPM eXtension Communities of Practice; and by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the University of Georgia ExtensionTexas A&M AgriLife Extension and Clemson Cooperative Extension.  Series Coordinator: Dani Carroll, Auburn University.  Marketing: Amanda Tedrow, University of Georgia Extension.  Webinar Text Chat Moderators: Tim Davis, University of Georgia Extension, and Vicky Bertagnolli-Heller, Clemson Cooperative Extension.

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Image credits in order: Dani Carroll, Alabama Extension; James W. Smith, USDA APHIS PPQ, Bugwood.org: Becca MacDonald, Sault College, Bugwood.org; Phil Sloderbeck, Kansas State University, Bugwood.org; USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station , USDA Forest Service, SRS, Bugwood.org; Lacy L. Hyche, Auburn University, Bugwood.org; Scott Bauer, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bugwood.org; Gyorgy Csoka, Hungary Forest Research Institute, Bugwood.org; David Cappaert,  Bugwood.org; USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station , USDA Forest Service, SRS, Bugwood.org; USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station , USDA Forest Service, SRS, Bugwood.org

 

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Imported Fire Ants 

Tawny (Rasberry) Crazy Ants

Odorous House Ants

European Fire Ants

Little Fire Ants

Little Black Ants

Ghost Ants

Argentine Ants

Rover Ants

Pharaoh Ants

Acrobat Ants

Carpenter Ants

 

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Asian Needle Ants

Texas Leaf Cutter Ant

White-footed Ants

 

Invasive and Pest Ant Conference

2018 All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar Series

Other Links

Antweb, the world's largest online database of images, specimen records, and natural history information on ants

Pest Ant resources from Rollins Urban and Structural Entomology Facility at Texas A&M University

USDA / NIFA

This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.