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2006 1st issue - Pilot Study on Maintaining Rat-Free Villages Anti-rodent Campaign 2006
Prevention on Scrub Typhus and Tick-borne Spotted Fever
2006 2nd issue - Ovitrap Survey in Community and Port Areas
Differences between Mosquitoes and "Non-biting" Midges
2006 3rd issue - Rodent Pests in Hong Kong
Differences between Mosquitoes and Biting Midges
2006 4th issue - Insect Diapause with Mosqutio as Example
Differences Between Ants and Termites
2007 5th issue - Insect Diapause with Mosqutio as Example (Continued)
Integrated Pest Management
2007 6th issue - Occupational Health and Safety for Pest Control Operators
Applications of Integrated Pest Management
2007 7th issue - Differences Between Wasps and Bees
The Role of Chemicals in Pest Control
2007 8th issue - Ectoparasites of Rodents
Ceratopogonids
2008 9th issue - Be Vigilant to Different Mosquito Breeding Grounds
The Importance of Specimen Identification on Pest Control
2008 10th issue - Feeding habits of mosquitoes
Pet Rodents
2008 11th issue - Nesting of wasps
Bedbugs: A resurgent pest problem
2008 12th issue - Prevention of disease vectors during hiking and camping
Tramp Ants Control
2009 13th issue - The Use of Traps in Rodent Control
Fleas
2009 14th issue - Ticks
Mosquito Coil
2009 15th issue - Common methods of rodent survey
Common Pests in Office Setting
2009 16th issue - Insect Repellents
Why are the commensal rodents so successful in the urban environment?
2010 17th issue - Centipedes VS Millipedes
Urticating moths and their control
2010 18th issue - Fumigation
Aedes albopictus as an important dengue fever vector
2010 19th issue - A short overview on some common mites
Success of Cockroaches
2010 20th issue - Insecticide Resistance
Common species of Cockroaches in Hong Kong
2011 21st issue - Mosquito Eating Fish
Rodenticides
2011 22nd issue - Biological Control of Mosquito
Ultrasonic device in pest control
2011 23rd issue - Pest Problems after Torrential Rain
Vectors of common mosquito-borne diseases in Hong Kong
2011 24th issue - Millipede as a beneficial arthropod
Psocids as Pest
2012 25th issue - Application of Rodenticides
Common Myiasis-causing Fly
2012 26th issue - House Geckos
Termites
2012 27th issue - Moth flies
Effective use of insect electrocuting device (Part I)
2012 28th issue - Paederus Beetles
Effective use of insect electrocuting device (Part II)
2013 29th issue - Domestic Ants
Malaria Vector Prevention
2013 30th issue - Morgellons Disease
Mites
2013 31st issue - Residual Spraying against Mosquitoes
Feeding habit of Rodents
2013 32nd issue - The Chironomid - Bloodworms
Stored Product Pests Commonly Found
2014 33rd issue - Common flies found in Hong Kong
Mechanical carriers and Biological vectors: Two common roles of arthropods in diseases transmission
2014 34th issue - Mosquito Nuisance in Hong Kong Urban Area
Insect Growth Regulator
2014 35th issue - Mosquito Nuisance in Rural Area of Hong Kong
Pheromones
2014 36th issue - Louse
Rodent Repellents
2015 37th issue - Spiders
Prevention and Control of Wasps
2015 38th issue - Bedbug! Bad bug!
Triatomine bugs and Chagas disease
2015 39th issue - Vectors for Dirofilariasis
Can soapy water be used against mosquito infestation?
2015 40th issue - Applications and Limitations of Common Larvicides for Mosquito Control
The science of insect repellents and the correct ways in using insect repellent sprays
2016 41st issue - Common Mistakes in Controlling Rodent Infestation
Can mattress encasement be used against bedbug infestation?
2016 42nd issue - DEET
Rodent Traps and Other Non-chemical Tools
2016 43rd issue - Diatomaceous Earth as Insecticide
Rice weevil
2016 44th issue - How pesticides enter our bodies?
Urban Pests and Environmental Problems
2017 45th issue - Introduction of Biopesticides
Blood Sucking Biting Midges in Hong Kong
2017 46th issue - Anti-mosquito Clothing
Icaridin and IR3535
2017 47th issue - A quick look at mosquito repellents
What are inert ingredients?
     
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