Entomology & Nematology
Entomologists and nematologists at the Ft. Lauderdale Research & Education Center investigate methods of management for a wide variety of pests attacking ornamental plants, turf and structures.
- Entomology Degree Programs
- South Florida Spider Survey
- Structural Entomology Program
- Turf Pest Management
- Pest Ants of Florida
- White-Footed Ant
- Arboreal bioassays testing toxicity of insecticides and rubidium marking of white-footed ants Technomyrmex albipes (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE) - John Warner
ENY 4221 / ENY 6248
• Students will learn about the natural history, ecology, behavior, and distribution of all seven major termite families.
• Students will be able to recognize three major termite families and 16 important genera.
• Six primary invasive pest species must be recognized to species.
• Students will produce a reference collection of termites for their future use.
• Student will learn and gain field experience in a range of techniques for the collection and control of subterranean and drywood termites.
- Buggy Software: Insect & Insect-Related Software Developed by UF/IFAS
- Citrus Research & Education Center
- Department of Entomology & Nematology
- Everglades Research & Education Center
- Featured Creatures
- Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory
- IFAS Bookstore
- IPM (Integrated Pest Management) Florida
- Mid-Florida Research & Education Center (MREC)
- National School IPM Information Source
- Pest Alert
- Potpourri of Entomological Resources
- Search the IFAS Publications Database
- Science Projects for K-12