Hand Me the Raid
Hand Me the Raid
Great. A new class
of insect has been discovered - the gladiators - bringing the total
number of classes to 31. Prior to this, the last new insect class, rock
crawlers, was added in 1914. All of the 1.2 million identified species
of insects on the planet belong to the class of flies, twisted-wing
parasites, scorpionfiles, fleas, moths/butterflies, caddisflies, ants/wasps/bees,
beetles, lacewings/antlions, dobsonflies, snakefiles, book lice, bugs,
lice, thrips, stoneflies, webspinners, angel wings, cockroaches, mantids,
termites, gladiators, earwigs, rock crawlers, walkingsticks, grasshoppers/crickets,
dragonflies, mayflies, silverfish, jumping bristletails, or aphids/cicadas.
My question is when will Ortho have a spray for them?
A huge collection of my 'Factoids' can be accessed from my 'Kirt's Cogitations'
table of contents.
Topical Smorgasbord, another manifestation of Factoids,
are be found on these pages:
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All pertain to topics that are related to the general engineering and science theme
of RF Cafe.
1996 - 2018
BSEE - KB3UON
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