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  • Beware Of The Wasps - Exopest Exopest
    a perfect storm ideal for the winged pests Victoria is not too hot it s not too cold it s just right for Vespula germanica the dreaded species of European wasp An unusually warm winter last year kept alive many of the hibernating wasp queens and caused more nests to survive and flourish in early spring Despite exaggerated reports of pest plagues in the past Mr Dixon said Melbourne s wasp problem is the genuine thing This one is true it s not a beat up story he said It s a real real issue especially with your children European wasps are scavengers feeding on meat and inner city garbage They are attracted to ordinary drinks and children drinking out of soft drink cans are being warned to use a straw There have also been reports of the yellow jacketed insects terrorising latte sippers along popular cafe strips in South Yarra Melbourne University s School of Bioscience pro fessor Mark Elgar said the European wasp population is only going to increase as the range of viable food sources in Victoria grows You might notice more from one year to the next and that reflects the number of resources increasing for them Prof Elgar said He said that part of the creatures tenacity has to do with their role as social insects They are incredibly effective at looking after their young he said And if you kill off one nest that may then become recolo nised by another colony Victims of wasp attacks should immediately apply an ice pack to the sting and seek medical assistance if an alllergic reaction occurs nicholas payne news com au What They Look Like A European wasp looks similar in size and shape to a bee 15 20mm a bright yellow body with triangle markings

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    per Read more THE RATS THAT ATE MELBOURNE By Exopest on Wednesday July 29th 2015 in Print Herald Sun Melbourne Wed Jan 7th 2015 MELBOURNE is in the midst of an unprecedented invasion by giant rats The City of Melbourne admits its baiting program has failed to control a huge population of brown rats And Flagstaff Gardens a hot spot because of its prox imity to railway tunnels and stormwater pipes Read more Scientist flags rise of giant rats By Exopest on Wednesday July 29th 2015 in Print The Age Wed Feb 5th 2014 BRITAIN Rats could grow to the size of sheep or even bigger as they evolve to fill vacant ecological niches according to a British scientist The terrifying scenario could become a reality as super adaptable rats take advantage of larger mammals becoming extinct geologist Jan Zalasiewicz of the Read more The mouse trial that soared By Exopest on Wednesday July 29th 2015 in Print The Age Fri Dec 20th 2013 Bridie Smith Science Editor Scientists have reversed the ageing process in mice turning the muscles of a mouse equivalent to a 60 year old person into those of a 20 year old essentially by improving the

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  • THE RATS THAT ATE MELBOURNE - Exopest Exopest
    park s possums which attract rats Exopest pest control com pany founder Simon Dixon said the city s rat numbers were unprecedented for the time of year At night scores of the rodents some more than 30cm long appear in the park They are often seen scurrying around and stealing food scraps from the mouths and claws of possums ignoring poison bait Mr Dixon said there had been a particularly high number of calls for extermination services from hotels restaurants and bars in the CBD We ve definitely had a much higher call rate for rodents all around the inner city for this time of year he said CEO of Jim s Pest Control John Paton blamed the greater availability of food Because of the abundance of food left around we re not seeing them eat their own young as much so there s not that natural population control occurring Mr Paton said He said keeping on top of the rat problem was a continuing struggle His team used six types of bait to ensure that commercial properties remained hygienic Damien Vella of West Melbourne said he had seen giant brown rats in the Queen Victoria Market area The Herald Sun under stands that food staff at the Queen Victoria Market are noticing an increase in rat activity and have set up in excess of 100 baiting stations to deal with the problem Hotel staff living and working near the gardens were reluctant to comment for fear of harming business Greg Ramsay from Pied Piper Pest Control said the baiting program was most likely not working because of the city s poor housekeeping It s really hard to control garbage in the city The rats thrive off it and then they start to breed they re very versa tile he

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  • Scientist flags rise of giant rats - Exopest Exopest
    the size of sheep or even bigger as they evolve to fill vacant ecological niches according to a British scientist The terrifying scenario could become a reality as super adaptable rats take advantage of larger mammals becoming extinct geologist Jan Zalasiewicz of the University of Leicester predicts Animals will evolve over time into whatever designs will enable them to survive and to produce offspring Dr Zalasiewicz said For instance in the Cretaceous Period when the dinosaurs lived there were mammals but these were very small rat and mouse sized because dinosaurs occupied the larger ecological niches Only once the dinosaurs were out of the way did these tiny mammals evolve into many different forms including some very large and impressive ones brontotheriums horses mastodons mammoths rhinoceri and more Dr Zalasiewicz said that given enough time rats could grow to be at least as large as the capybara the world s largest rodent which can reach 80 kilograms If the eco space was sufficiently empty then they could get larger still He said rats in many cases had out competed many native species on islands at times driving them to extinction As a result eco space is being emptied and rats

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  • The mouse trial that soared - Exopest Exopest
    only found away to press pause but to rewind the ageing process as well While the study was conducted using mice molecular biologist David Sinclair from the University Of New South Wales and Harvard University said the findings were significant and could have implications for the treatment of age related diseases such as cancer and type 2 diabetes The research team discovered a key mechanism that keeps the body s cells communicating In youth communication inside individual cells between the cell s battery known as the mitochondrion and the nucleus is fast and frequent But over time this slows and ageing accelerates The ageing process we discovered is like a married couple when they are young they communicate when they are young they communicate well But over time living in close quarters for many years communication breaks down Professor Sinclair said And just like a couple restoring communication solved the problem To improve communication inside cells researchers gave mice injections containing the naturally occurring compound NMN which raises the levels of a molecule called NAD This molecule repairs the cells communication network Previously the only way to slow the drop off in NAD levels in old age was to restrict calories and exercise intensively In the study the Sydney researchers used mice that are considered equivalent to a 60 year old human and older mice equating to a 90 year old human A control group of mice were fed a calorie restricted diet The results outlined in the scientific journal Cell on Friday were better for the younger mice which better for the younger mice which were able to rewind the ageing process within a week The treatment effectively transformed a 60 year old into a 20 year old on some measures including the degree of muscle wastage insulin resistance

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  • Redback treatment ‘useless’ - Exopest Exopest
    By Exopest on Wednesday July 29th 2015 in Print The Age Thu Nov 21st 2013 Traditional antivenom used to treat redback bites is ineffective and does not ease pain new research shows A study of 224 people treated for redback spider bites found patients who received antivenom had no improvement in symptoms compared with those not given the medication said Geoff Isbister a toxicologist at Calvary Mater Newcastle Hospital But

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