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For some reason, the call of a cicada makes a summer day feel even hotter! What call? Well, whether you realize it or not, you know the sound to which I am referring. It starts like a revving engine and continues as a sustained shrill or buzzing noise. Produced by the vibration of membranes in the insect abdomen over a resonance chamber, sound is made by a drum-like structure and is used by males to attract mates. In morning, afternoon or evening, you can’t miss the sound of a drumming cicada!
Cicadas are much more than the soundtrack of a hot summer. They have a unique life history that is obscure and difficult to study, since development of nymphs occurs entirely underground! It all starts when an adult female cicada lays eggs in the twigs of a tree or shrub. This typically kills the growing twig, and provides an ideal incubation site for eggs. After about a month, eggs hatch and newly emerged nymphs drop to the ground where they will feed on the roots of perennial plants.
That is exactly the point when things get interesting biologically. You see, there are two major groups of cicadas differentiated by the time it takes for nymphs to develop. The first group is the dog-day cicada, making references to the time of year when adults emerge in July and August – the “dog days of summer.” These are large, green and black insects that have clear wings and make a rattling sound during flight. Nymphs of dog-day cicadas may take 2-3 years to develop, but because they exhibit overlapping generations with adults emerging every year, they are present each summer to fill their air with the mating songs. On tree trunks and other vertical surfaces, you can find the exoskeleton of the last nymphal instar: a tan shell of an insect with claws and rather large eyes. In the middle of the back is an opening from which the adult cicada crawled out, expanded its wings and flew off.
Whereas the dog-day cicada is present every year, periodical cicadas exhibit mass emergence on a cycle of every 13 or 17 years! That’s right; these black and orange insects with red eyes remain in the soil for over a decade, slowly feeding on plant roots and all emerging in May or early June of the same year. Why such a long development time and mass emergence? This life cycle is thought to provide protection from predators by making periodical cicadas an unpredictable food resource. During a mass emergence predators are overwhelmed by the abundance of cicadas, and are not capable of depleting insect numbers. This guarantees the success of the species by providing ample mating opportunities for the cicadas.
There is a predator out there that gets the phones buzzing at pest management companies around this time: the cicada killer. This insect is a solitary wasp that captures cicadas and uses them to nourish their offspring. Cicada killers are some of the largest wasp species in North America and hunt by sight. Textbook descriptions suggest that these predators capture prey in flight, something I did not believe until I saw it firsthand. As a graduate student I conducted field research on an agricultural farm in Delaware, which exhibited bare, sandy soils common of the coastal plain. Ideal habitat for cicada killers that burrow up to four feet into the ground, my plots were peppered with burrows made by the female wasps. I watched as aggressive, but stingless males flew around female burrows to either guard their mate or to find mating opportunities. It was one sunny afternoon that a cicada carelessly flew from one hedgerow to another across the field, when suddenly a cicada killer swooped in to grab/sting the insect and bring it to the ground. Paralyzed by the venom, the female would then bring the cicada back to its burrow as a feast for her offspring.The insect world is a cruel place!
What can we do to help? Cicada killers prefer open-ground with bare soil to create their burrows. At JP McHale we offer power seeding and lawn fertilization that will keep your yard healthy, yet making it inhospitable for cicada killers. If you currently have cicada killers, our pest management division has products to target these insects and alleviate your problems. Give us a call today for a pest-free lawn, and be sure to keep an ear out for cicadas this summer!
An Arizona woman has taken animal hoarding to a whole new level. She’s not interested in cats or dogs, but rather thousands of rats, cockroaches and tarantulas. The woman referred to her roommates as family, and it bothered her neighbors to no end.
The house has been lost to foreclosure, but for all we know the woman could have relocated to a new area to resume her animal hoarding lifestyle. If you have a neighbor who lives this type of lifestyle, don’t be afraid to speak up! Once this woman’s house was foreclosed upon, it was “…gutted and thoroughly cleaned” proving that there is hope of reviving your neighborhood to its sanitary self.
Here at JP McHale we hear of bee keepers quite often throughout the summer, especially this year with the great number of swarms in our region. This story of one specific bee keeper blew us away!
A 9 year old boy from England has been fascinated for quite some time by his father’s bee keeping hobby. Weary of the idea some time back, the boy’s father constructed a glass-encased bee colony within their home for his son to marvel at…a display that would assure no harm to the boy.
At 9 years of age, the boy’s father is now comfortable enough to let his son dress head to toe in a full bee keeper outfit, and take care of a bee colony of his own right in their back yard. This young boy has high expectations for his bees and their honey, and his own colony seems to be going strong so far!
Click here to watch the video of this special bee keeper’s new found hobby.
Are you planning to move into a new home? Contact JP McHale today! We offer a home inspection service that surveys the property for any wood destroying organisms, such as termites and carpenter ants that could be causing damage to the property you are interested in.
Wood destroying organisms can decrease the property value and you should be aware as the new owner!
If you’ve recently moved into a new home, you may not be aware of pest issues right away. Rodents, insects, spiders and many more could be lurking in your newly bought residence, and you may not enjoy their company!
Be sure to maintain your home year round with pest control services. It’s always better to purchase a service program before pests make their way into your yard and home. Our services can not only save you time and spare you of stress, but can save you money by preventing pest damage that can become quite costly.
Community members in Wildomar, California fear persistent bee swarms that reside in a back yard will eventually be taking a human life. The swarms have already attacked two pet dogs, leaving one dead. A mother and son have neighbors whose yard provides residence for the swarms. They have had no luck convincing their neighbors to have the bees removed.
The town claims to have no authority in removing the swarms unless the homeowners approach them, being the swarm is on private property. Regardless of monetary restrictions, the bees have become a health hazard, killing one known household pet and forcing allergic community members to revolve their schedule around that of the bees.
After 90 years without any encounters, scientists have finally come across the rainbow toad! During a night time search, three of these beautifully colored toads were found perched in a tree in the forests of Borneo.
BBC Nature reports that in 2010 the rainbow toad was on the top 10 list of worlds’ most wanted frogs, and has now been sighted after several months of searching.
Encounters such as this one, during widespread extinction rates, uphold faith in Mother Nature and all of its wonders!
Be sure to take a close look at this beautiful creature.
The act of smuggling across country borders usually involves illegal substances such as drugs and alcohol, but the customs at an airport in Turkey have come across a new smuggling idea.
BUGS!A news agency in Turkey reported on the incident in which people were attempting to smuggle more than $300,000 worth of bugs abroad for scientific research purposes.
The market for bug research and sales to natural history museums is wide spread, but holds potentially negative effects for the environment. Natural diversity of bugs, plants and animals is extremely important and smuggling of these species from one area to another can impose negative environmental effects to the new area, and diminish the population of the species from the original area.
Countries such as Turkey remain highly alert in regards to this smuggling problem, and continue to take great precautions to try and extinguish such activity.
In addition to Lyme disease, deer ticks are transmitting greater cases of yet another tick-borne illness. Babesiosis, a parasitic disease, is carried by deer ticks and transmitted through their bites, just like Lyme disease. The Northeast and upper Midwest are both encountering greater numbers of cases, leaving a cause for public concern.
USA Today reports that approximately 1,000 cases are reported in affected areas each year, a number much lower than expected due to the way the disease works. Many victims of babesiosis don’t show any symptoms, thus leaving skewed reports.
Babesiosis works much like Lyme disease in that some cases do not present sure-fire symptoms, leaving the patient baffled by their unexplained flu-like symptoms. Tick bites that infect a human with babesiosis do not leave bulls’ eye rings or any other visible hints for proper identification.
There is an antibiotic treatment for babesiosis, but the disease is much more dangerous for elderly people, and those battling with compromised immune systems. Be sure to check out our latest tick blog on Lyme disease, and continue to check yourself and others for ticks when you return from the great outdoors!