Episode 14

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30th Sep 2021

Snout butterflies

If you live in Central Texas, you may look forward to years when snout butterflies can be seen trailing through the skies by the thousands....or you could be someone who dreads having to wash butterfly carcasses off your car regularly. Whichever you are, tune in to find out more about these fascinating butterflies and what they are doing.

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Music by Owen DesBles

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About the Podcast

Bugs by the Yard
Learn about insects in Texas gardens and backyards
Learn about insects that occur in urban backyards and gardens of Texas; whether they be pests, beneficials, or really fascinating! This podcast is presented by Molly Keck, Wizzie Brown, and Erfan Vafaie through the Department of Entomology with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service & Texas A&M Department of Entomology.

Bugs by the Yard image produced by Natalie Cervantes.
Intro and outro music produced by Owen DesBles.

About your hosts

Molly Keck

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I am an entomologist (integrated pest management program specialist) with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in Bexar County. My specialty is urban and landscape insects but I also love beekeeping and teaching people about beekeeping.

Wizzie Brown

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I'm an entomologist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, based out of Austin, Texas. I conduct educational program, research, and demonstration projects on urban and structural insects, working with a variety of audiences.

Erfan Vafaie

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I'm an entomologist with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, based out of Overton, Texas (U.S.A.). I conduct research and educational programming on integrative pest management of ornamental and nursery crops, working mainly with producers and other green industry professionals. My online 'pseudonym' is the SixLeggedAggie.