2013 Highlights: UC IPM Annual Report

It's easier to find out about insects, mites, and snails

New menus help users find insect, mite, nematode, and snail pests

We've made some major changes to the UC IPM Home and Landscape web pages to help people more easily access our extensive information on invertebrate pests.

The new insects, mites, mollusks, and nematodes section is linked from the main Home and Landscape page. From the new section, you can choose from common pest categories. Each category leads to pages of photos and tips that can help you identify pests and find the information you need.

"Previously, only the 80 invertebrate species covered in Pest Notes were listed," said Mary Louise Flint, UC IPM Associate Director of Urban and Community IPM. "Now this section incorporates all invertebrates covered in our urban Web pages—about 380 species!"

This section also features an index of invertebrate pests that can be sorted by common name, genus and species, family, and order. Find the index link at the top of the insects, mites, mollusks, and nematodes page.

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