Orlando Pitti, USDA entomologist John B. Welch and Jason Duval lower a sterile screwworm box loaded with larvae twice a week to treat an outbreak killing Key deer.
Orlando Pitti, USDA entomologist John B. Welch and Jason Duval lower a sterile screwworm box loaded with larvae twice a week to treat an outbreak killing Key deer. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@miamiherald.com
Orlando Pitti, USDA entomologist John B. Welch and Jason Duval lower a sterile screwworm box loaded with larvae twice a week to treat an outbreak killing Key deer. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@miamiherald.com

Army of sterile flies deployed to save sick Key deer

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