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Insect extermination

Insect extermination

* Insects live on the planet in all environments, and according to what is common except for the Antarctic continent, except that there is a surprise in the article on this particular point, and it is known that insects are both harmful and harmful. But man has struggled with harmful insects since he knew them. Although it is historically the first to appear from all living organisms on the surface of the planet, including plants, animals, and humans, and it appeared before humans by about 435 million years, according to many scientific circles specialized in the world of insects and the sciences of these organisms, and we will review in this article a lot of information It is not widely circulated and unfamiliar to the billions of people who live on the surface of the planet.

* 1- We start with this method of information about the world of insects, which is that there is a British association called the Royal Entomology Society that celebrates in the last week of June every year what it calls the “National Insect Week” with the aim of highlighting the importance of insects and their value in our lives Whether it is beneficial or harmful, it is a message addressed to similar associations, various organizations, or academies and universities in insect science anywhere in the world.

2- For every person on Earth, there are 1.4 billion insects; While the weight of insects on Earth is 70 times greater than the weight of all humans

3- The “praying mantis” or “mantis” is the only insect on earth that can move its head at an angle of 180 degrees.

4- Although the Antarctic continent known as “Antarctica” has a single insect, the Antarctic fly, in this Antarctic continent.

5- There is a type of scorpion called the "deadly scorpion", which is one of the most dangerous spiders on Earth. It lives in Africa and the Middle East, where it can kill other insects and small animals, and its color is yellow. However, its color depends on the place in which it lives, such as the chameleon, and the goal for it is to be able to dissolve in its surroundings and be undetected by humans and some animals.

6- There is a type of beetle called "Hercules beetle", which is the most famous and largest among the types of beetles. It lives in Central and South America, and it is able to lift objects greater than 850 times its own weight.

7- Insect larvae, when they mature and turn into butterflies, their shape is completely different to the extent that it is difficult to believe that they are the same organism, and in the year 2008 AD some scientists discovered that this butterfly has the ability to remember all the things that were in its life when it was a caterpillar, and this is the opposite of the prevailing theory among scientists That the caterpillar completely disappears upon metamorphosis and no part of it remains

8- To those who are wondering about the color of insect blood, it is not red like human blood and the reason for that is that it does not contain oxygen, and therefore it does not contain red blood cells.

9- The heart shape of the insect is part of a long tube that extends in the upper part of the body under the skin and opens directly under the brain. In this tube there are small holes through which blood is sucked towards the head.

10- Insects discovered so far have about one million species, while the undiscovered are about 10 million species.

11- Entomologists expect that this summer, that is, the summer of 2022, millions of insects that have been hidden from human eyes underground for about 17 years will appear, and ABC News announces that there is a new invasion of insects that the United States of America will suffer from, after the giant hornets attack, which are Cicadas, known as cicadas, and there are types of these insects that will spread in southwestern Virginia and elsewhere

12- The cicada insect, which we talked about in the previous point, will have 1.5 million individuals per acre, according to estimates by entomologists in the state of Virginia, which will create a major noise problem that residents will suffer from, and it will harm their ears and nervous systems, and the life cycle of this insect takes from 13 to 17 years old, and her life is a puzzle for scientists

13- Scientists of the American Agricultural Research Service produced the first integrated genome, i.e. a genetic map (a map of genetic factors) for the desert locust, the most threatening and destructive in the world. In short, it destroys agricultural crops in millions of hectares and acres.

14 _ Many people believe that insects move from place to place by flying, crawling, or walking. But there are many other ways for insects to move from one place to another, including:

Neural control:

In it, a nerve impulse is sent to the wing to contract at a slow rate of between 10 and 50 movements per minute.

Non-nervous control:

In it, reliance is placed on the upper and lower flight muscles, where all the muscles receive a primitive signal from the nervous system, so they begin to contract and respond when the signal arrives, and stop at another signal. In flies and bees, the movements range from 500 to 1,000 movements.

Swimming and sliding:

This method is used in many water beetles and bugs, using the middle and hind legs as paddles for swimming or diving, and insects that use the process of propelling themselves forward through the abdominal muscles.

* Whatever the wonders and oddities of insects, their benefits and harms, and whatever the beauty of butterflies; Harmful insects necessitate a person to confront and eliminate them, which is known as insect extermination, and our company in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain sets its sights on exterminating insects for the sake of the public of Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, including residents, tourists, expatriates and residents for work, taking into consideration the triple performance: quality, speed and accuracy. Abu Dhabi and Al Ain are making every effort to serve service seekers without default.

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