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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Wisconsin's Changing Insects - A view from the Diagnostic...

  • Aired: 06/02/2010
  • 59:08
  • Rating: TV-G
Phil Pellitteri, Distinguished Faculty Associate, Insect Diagnostic Lab, UW Madison. Phil Pellitteri discusses how changes in climate, invasive non-native insects, and land use patterns are all responsible for bringing new insect species into Wisconsin. He talks about some of the new insect residents in the state and their impact.
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Phil Pellitteri talks about new insect residents in the state and their impact.
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