Entomopathologists study diseases of insects and other arthropods.  Bacteria, fungi, microsporidia, nematodes and viruses are major groups of entomopathogens.  

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  • Hi

    Is there anything to do vs "Acarien" in my Coléoptère (worms ) ?

  • Bonjour a tous.

    Je développe un élevage de Ténébrion Molitor et j'ai une invasion d'acarien, type Ciron de Farine. Est-ce qu'il existe un "remède", un traitement, ou autre solution non nuisible a mes coléoptères ?

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Mother needs help identifying mites. More than one kind. Still alive on paper and plastic after almost 2 months.

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beware of a scam artist on this forum

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Insect blood feeding parasites can infect humans

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Cordyceps sinensis

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