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Insect Paranoia

Posted by Richard Conniff on February 24, 2012

I was visiting author and entomologist May Berenbaum recently at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, and her collection of old insecticides caught my eye

One Response to “Insect Paranoia”

  1. Ed Saugstad said

    Dr. Berenbaum is a very nice person – many tears after the fact, my wife, a non-entomologist, remains very impressed by a talk Dr. Berenbaum gave at an Entomological Society of Washington banquet; I once made a very small contribution to her collection. a glass lid to a pesticide container that I found while cleaning out a sinkhole in WV.

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