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When it comes to invasives, ants aren't the only crazies

By Cynthia Oi

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 12, 2013

~~<p>A super-hardy variety of cockroaches has taken occupancy at the High Line, a New York park fashioned atop an abandoned elevated railway that once marred the Manhattan cityscape.</p>
<p>What's disconcerting about the insect is that it can better endure winter's freezing cold, unlike its more delicate cousins.</p>
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A super-hardy variety of cockroaches has taken occupancy at the High Line, a New York park fashioned atop an abandoned elevated railway that once marred the Manhattan cityscape.

What's disconcerting about the insect is that it can better endure winter's freezing cold, unlike its more delicate cousins. Login for more...



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