Jeff Knight

Nevada State Entomologist

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State entomologist for Nevada, he works with the Nevada Department of Agriculture

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Armies of blood-red crickets -- two miles long and a mile across -- are about to march through northern Nevada, destroying crops, causing accidents on highways, even crawling into…

March of the Mormon Cricket

Armies of blood-red crickets -- two miles long and a mile across -- are about to march through northern Nevada, destroying crops, causing accidents on highways, even crawling into…

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