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16:35

LifeStyle

Why don't we eat insects?

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...difficult to eat, such as insects, no matter how much time has been invested in studies and campaigns to convince us that they are the most viable source of protein for the not too distant future. There is a reason for this, which anthropologists Lorenzo

17:30

LifeStyle

"Insects will be the food of the future"

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...scientific arguments nowadays supporting genetic modification, its criminalisation cannot be justified. Algae, plankton, jellyfish, insects... which foods alien to our culture will we eat in the near future? The food of our immediate future will be ... insects because of their highest proportion of usable nutrients, their low impact on ecology during production and their high proportion of protein. The perfect solution for a world that will have 9,000 million people in 2030. For sustainability and

11:52

LifeStyle

Drying; making food immortal

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...as it may be contaminated by insects and other animals as well as other sources of infection. However, at the end of the summer in the fishermen's district of Estepona, fish can still be seen being dried on wooden frames but only for domestic

12:35

LifeStyle

Spellbinding Boneset

Denise Bush

MARIA HILLEN Although a wild flower, Eupatorium serotinum or Late Flowering Boneset as it is commonly called, has become popular for use in garden planting schemes to encourage bees and also to provide late season nectar for the Monarch Butterfly. It

11:12

LifeStyle

Evicting tenants

Denise Bush

...cool room; you should give it a thorough check-over first. Insects may be lurking that will appreciate the move and use it to procreate and decimate all your plants that are overwintering alongside the host plant. Bugs to look out for include the ... dreaded red spider mite, mealy bugs and my personal nemesis, scale insects. Check undersides of leaves, stems and leaf bracts and identify every six-legged 'tenant' you come across before dealing with it. Ideally, make sure you are not killing ... beneficial insects that may also be taking advantage of the indoor climate.

13:17

Interesting animal behaviour

PETER HARRISON

...were fascinated by the actions of these beautiful creatures. They inhabit countries with a warm climate so maybe it was heat they sought. Careful study revealed the answer: they were after food. Insects are their main diet and insects are attracted by ... light. The geckos found a real feast on our windows. I remember a few years ago when we were in New Zealand concern was expressed about the annual increase of insects which were coming from the uninhabited island of Crusoe. Apparently a cargo ship went ... aground on the island in 1949 with a load of fruit and vegetables which was offloaded to refloat the vessel and left lying on the island. Insects arrived to enjoy the rotting food and stayed there and spread their hunting ground. A scientist called Mike

12:16

Local

Residents file complaint against hoarder

Alberto GÓMEZ.

Around 50 residents in the Calle Conrado del Campo in Torremolinos are awaiting a court order which they hope will bring an end to bad smells and plagues of insects affecting the building. A neighbour in their block, who has Diogenes syndrome has

14:40

Local

More summer visitors for Estepona's orchid house

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The Orchidarium in Estepona received ten per cent more visitors this summer. Two particular attractions, the flowering of the 'Amorphophallus prainii' from south-east Asia, which produces a strong smell to attract pollinating insects, and the

19:44

LifeStyle

A look a the Chinese buttonbush

Denise Bush

The flowers are hermaphrodite and start to appear in early spring. They are lightly scented and attract pollinating insects such as bees and butterflies. The stems are reddish and the elliptical leaves are dark green and glossy, sometimes with a red