Pictured is a biting midge, what we know in the Lowcountry as no-see-ums, sand fleas, sand gnats or sand flies.
Pictured is a biting midge, what we know in the Lowcountry as no-see-ums, sand fleas, sand gnats or sand flies. Submitted photo
Pictured is a biting midge, what we know in the Lowcountry as no-see-ums, sand fleas, sand gnats or sand flies. Submitted photo

How to take the bite out of life in the Lowcountry

November 14, 2013 08:46 PM

UPDATED November 16, 2013 11:29 AM

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