By GUY FLETCHER
GREENBRIER - Those squeamish about bugs that crawl in the dirt or buzz in the sky might be happy to know that many of the fears are unfounded.
In fact, of the 64 different kinds of insects collected for a two-year project by "The Bug Patrol," a group of about 20 youths from the Frederick County 4-H Club, only 17 are known to bite or sting.
Still, when asked how the children caught a menacing cicada-killing wasp, club advisor Michael Turell jokingly replied, "Very carefully."
On Sunday the club completed the project by presenting its collection of insects, pinned beneath glass in a wooden box, to Greenbrier State Park, where it will be kept on permanent display at the park's Visitors Center.