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Upcoming Event

Fire Ants, Crazy Ants & Zombie Ants (Hot Science - Cool Talks)
Friday, October 26, 2018 at 5:30pm
Activities at Jackson Geological Science Building & Talk at Student Activity Center on UT Campus
free, registration required
The red imported fire ant is an invasive species in Texas that can produce life-threatening allergic reactions in people, has major costs to agriculture, and causes severe impacts to native fauna. Dr. Rob Plowes shares insights into fire ant behavior and discusses a remarkable biological control opportunity. Dr. Plowes researches one of the fire ant's deadliest enemies - tiny phorid flies, which actually turn ants into zombie-like living incubators for their offspring! He also describes research approaches to other invasive species in Texas. We invite you to join us for a special Halloween celebration on October 26th starting at 5:30pm. Participate in our costume contest: come as your favorite creature or zombie! Registration opens three weeks prior to event. Visit for all the scoop on parking and registration!
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