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Alvaro Romero, NMSU professor of urban entomology, holds a colony of Turkestan cockroaches, which are the most common in New Mexico. He is researching the biology and behavior of this pest to find ways to control or eliminate it. (Courtesy of NMSU)

Alvaro Romero, NMSU professor of urban entomology, holds a colony of Turkestan cockroaches, which are the most common in New Mexico. He is researching the biology and behavior of this pest to find ways to control or eliminate it. (Courtesy of NMSU)

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