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Extension Publications

These publications are medium-length discussions written for the general public to provide information about various insect pests associated with the near environments of humans and their companion animals in Missouri. Some of these publications are in the Insect and Disease Publications Series, which is reviewed and updated regularly, published in a printed version, and available to the general public online. Other publications are found in magazines or trade journals.

Bee and Wasp Pests. 2005. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7391.

Chironomid Midges. 2005. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7402.

Subterranean Termites. 2004. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7420.

Mosquitoes. 2004. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7400.

Biting Insects. 2003. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7396.

Fleas. 2003. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7380.

Springtails. 2003. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7363.

Crickets. 2003. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7366.

Flies in Human Environments. 2003. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7388.

Hackberry Psyllids. 2003. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7354.

Spiders. 2002. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7386.

Ticks. 2002. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7382. U.S.

Carpenter Bees. 2002. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7424.

Carpenter Ants. 2002. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7423.

Sowbugs, Pillbugs, Millipedes and Centipedes. 2002. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7362.

Cockroaches. 2001. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7384.

Wood-Damaging Beetles. 2001. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7422.

Silverfish and Firebrats. 2001. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7376.

Chiggers. 2000. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7398.

Clover Mites. 2000. Insect and Disease Publications Series, G7358.

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