that includes over 7 million insects specimens representing about 200,000 species, or roughly 20% of the World's described insect fauna. Our collection is an important resource for Cornell students, staff and faculty, for the College of Agriculture, for residents of New York State, and for the broader systematics community.
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The Emerald Ash Borer is now known from several isolated localities in New York State. To minimize spread of this insect, never move firewood. Please help save our forests.
Question: Do you like the doink of a baseball off of an aluminum bat?
Answer: Well, if you DON'T, you're like us, so keep Ash bats in America's Pastime, and NEVER EVER move firewood.