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Re: CULT: help - aphid predators?

On the news today, they were discussing how cats and dogs are not the "in" pets this year as much as "bugs" are.  Such bugs include the stick bug that was in the movie " A bugs life" etc. 
One of the bugs they showed was a giant preying mantis from Madagascar.  He was incredibly huge compared to what is indigenous to this area, and only costs about $45 at the pet store. 
I am sure he will eat all your aphids for you himself. 
Patrick Orr
Zone 9 Region 15
Member: AIS, TBIS, SDIS (local)
----- Original Message -----
From: linda Mann
Sent: Monday, December 20, 1999 6:22 AM
Subject: [iris-talk] Re: CULT: help - aphid predators?

Thanks all for the suggestions for aphid repellants.

But I am still interested in learning more about aphid ecology and
predators.  Not necessarily as a solution to the current existing
infestation, but for future plans.  Any suggestions?

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA

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