Humberto Conzo Junior was born in São Paulo in 1973. He graduated in Biology and History in USP and still in college he began to study insects. Since then works in the control area of urban pests. He loves books and always liked to write. At 14 began to make poetry and, at 16, he released his first book, All or nothing. Published by this agency, the book Animal Farm claims in 2011 and wrote the text of the books of Brazilian birds Primer and Primer of Brazilian animals, both illustrated by Geraldo Valerio. It is also author of Discovering the critters garden, 2012. On its website www.blogdaspragas.com.br presents tips and curiosities on urban pests.
"Bloodsucking insects" have been present in our daily lives for generations now. Insects such as mosquitoes and fleas are part of human history and have been responsible for the deaths of millions of people over time. Actually, it is said that the mosquitoe is the deadliest of foe to man! In addition...[more]