By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on June 24, 2010 1:46 PM
N.C. Department of Agriculture
The entrance to a wasp nest, usually identified by round holes like the one seen here, is usually the diameter of a pencil, surrounded by excavated soil and might be tucked beside or under a clump of grass.
There is a new type of battle going on at the softball fields at Wayne Community College. Call it wasps vs. beetles -- literally. The softball field at Wayne Community College is temporarily closed while researchers identify a strain of...
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