Whether you’re a (rare) Tennessee native or you’re new to the area trying to become Nashville’s next big star, we’ve got a great resource for you: our website.Isn’t it interesting how bugs in one part of the U.S. are different from bugs in another part of the country? If you’re a northerner visiting Florida for … (read more)
The Bug Man brings clarity in this year of cicada confusion by tackling the issue of periodical cicadas versus dog-day cicadas.As Tennesseans gear up for football season (Go Blue Raiders!), the days are getting cooler and the brisk air of autumn is gradually blowing in. The familiar sound of cicadas singing in unison signals that … (read more)
Some call them red velvet ants. Some call them cow killers. Most don’t call them what they really are: wasps. Have you seen a fuzzy red bug that looks like an ant walking around lately? Check out our blog for the buzz on the fuzz! There’s a great buzz in Middle Tennessee over a pretty … (read more)
Here are a few tips to help ward off the mosquitoes in your area. To aid in the effort to keep your home bite-free, check for mosquito motels around your property. It doesn’t take long to scope out your property to look for potential mosquito hangouts. If it’s not one thing, it’s another! That short, … (read more)
We’re using Llama Font to deliver bad news about the 2011 Cicadas in Tennessee… Here at The Bug Man, we’re big fans of humor. It’s great to laugh! Because, honestly, some things are quite funny. If laughter is the best medicine, then we’ve got an entire medicine cabinet full of it! While browsing Twitter today, we stumbled upon … (read more)
The cicadas are coming! You may have heard rumors that the dreaded 13-year cicadas are emerging this year in Tennessee. It’s true. They are coming between April and June. The cicadas are coming! You may have heard rumors that the dreaded 13-year cicadas are emerging this year in Tennessee. It’s true. They are coming between … (read more)
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