6 edition of fire ant wars found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-208) and index.
|Statement||Joshua Blu Buhs.|
|LC Classifications||SB945.F535 B84 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|ISBN 10||0226079813, 0226079821|
|LC Control Number||2004008495|
Fire ants, though, are a different story. They can’t be dislodged so easily, and they’re dangerous. They’ve been known to kill cattle in Texas. This summer my brother got too close to a fire ant mound. They went up his legs, stinging as they went. He did what he could to get them off him, but he was bitten hundreds of times. Consider the human idea and connotatins of travel. Insects traverse distances but do they travel? Many of our words do not actually relate to universal instances in the way we suppose. It seems to our relatively poorly educated conceptual facul.
A typical fire ant colony produces large mounds in open areas, and feeds mostly on young plants and seeds. Fire ants often attack small animals and can kill them. Unlike many other ants, which bite and then spray acid on the wound, fire ants bite only to get a grip and then sting (from the abdomen) and inject a toxic alkaloid venom called solenopsin, a compound from the class of piperidines. This debate, over the proper response to fire ants that had been imported into the American South accidentally and then spread across the regi The fire ant wars. Nature and science in the pesticide controversies of the late twentieth century Isis. Sep;93(3) doi: /
Fire ants are spreading into new areas across south-east Queensland according to a Biosecurity Queensland insider who says the war to eradicate the potential killers is all but lost, a claim. When a fire ant nest is disturbed, the colony will quickly swarm out to defend it. If you poke a nest with a stick—not that we would recommend it—be sure to back away quickly and remove the stick from the nest, because fire ants can climb the stick quickly. A fire ant swarm is almost instant, whereas other ants take a little longer to respond.
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The Manufacturer: University of Chicago Press. The most fascinating aspect was how the USDA's eradication efforts accidentally helped the fire ant by killing off much of the native species it competes with.
A great thesis paper on the intersection Everything is more complicated than you think/5. About this book Sometime in the first half of the twentieth century, a coterie of fire ants came ashore from South American ships docked in Mobile, Alabama.
Fanning out across the region, the fire ants invaded the South, damaging crops, harassing game animals, and hindering harvesting Range: £ - £ "Surprisingly effective in reminding us that the battlefields of this war between disparate social animals-fire ants and humans-were often far removed from the insects' habitats, Joshua Buhs's absorbing narrative is laced with anecdotal details extracted from official documents and private letters, and he elegantly uses tact and intelligence to.
It took three years to transform my dissertation into a book--and I owe the University of Chicago Press a huge debt of gratitude for seeing what I now recognize as a muddled thesis and helping me massage it into something better.
The Fire Ant Wars is an excellent book that combines thorough research, careful writing, and a convincing argument." John H.
Perkins | Technology and Culture "An important book about a controversial episode Buh has made a splendid contribution toward the efforts of environmental historians and historians of technology to find common ground.". "Joshua Blu Buhs's very good The Fire Ant Wars is valuable for historians of science and environmental historians.
The author uses the case of the fire ant in the United States to explore the broader theme of the intersection of nature, science, policy, and regional culture At almost every turn, he achieves his ambitious goalsAuthor: Joshua Blu Buhs.
The appendices list all known fire ant species and explain how to prepare, preserve, and identify every known species occurring in the United written and enhanced by an extensive glossary, a thorough bibliography of scientific literature, and more than one hundred photos, maps, and drawings, Fire Ants engages and informs both Reviews: 1.
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Get this from a library. The fire ant wars: nature, science, and public policy in twentieth-century America. [Joshua Blu Buhs] -- Telling the story of the ill-fated campaigns to eradicate the fire ant from American soil, this is also the history of changing attitudes to nature, to science &.
This chapter focuses on the ways the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and its opponents attempted to make their ideas into public policy. The USDA was a very strong federal agency, and proponents of the eradication program forged with lobbying groups in the South and Jamie Whitten's committee in Congress to nurture the eradication of the imported fire ant.
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Sent on a routine mission to analyze one of the millions of systems in the galaxy, she stumbles across. Fire Ants (solenopsis invicta) fight these Red Harvester Ants (pogonomyrmex badius) In one on one conflicts like this Harvester Ants almost always prevail.
H.In the early years of the twentieth century, South American fire ants crossed the Caribbean and invaded the shores of the southeastern United States.
These imported fire ants quickly found a niche in Gulf Coast fields and lawns, overpowered the native species, and began spreading. In the process they became a notorious pest to some, a beneficial ally to others, and a potential killer to 5/5(1).The Fire Ant Wars Nature, Science, and Public Policy in Twentieth-Century America Posted by: nufyl Posted on: The Fire Ant Wars Nature, Science, and Public Policy in.