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Tag: Entomology

Bees can learn, remember, think and make decisions – here’s a...

Stephen Buchmann, University of Arizona As trees and flowers blossom in spring, bees emerge from their winter nests and...

Female mosquitoes rely on one another to choose the best breeding...

Kaylee Marrero, Florida International University; Andre Luis da Costa da Silva, Florida International University, and Matthew DeGennaro, Florida International University

The surprising reason why insects circle lights at night: They lose...

Samuel Fabian, Imperial College London; Jamie Theobald, Florida International University, and Yash Sondhi, University of Florida It’s an observation...

Easter bunnies, cacao beans and pollinating bugs: A basket of 6...

Maggie Villiger, The Conversation Tens of millions of chocolate bunnies get sold in the U.S. every Easter. Here are...

How do you vaccinate a honeybee? 6 questions answered about a...

Jennie L. Durant, University of California, Davis Honeybees, which pollinate one-third of the crops Americans eat, face many threats,...

Ants – with their wise farming practices and efficient navigation techniques...

Scott Solomon, Rice University King Solomon may have gained some of his famed wisdom from an unlikely source –...

Monarch butterflies join the Red List of endangered species, thanks to...

Kristen A. Baum, Oklahoma State University On July 21, 2022, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature placed...

Bed bugs’ biggest impact may be on mental health after an...

Jerome Goddard, Mississippi State University Bed bugs are back with a vengeance. After an absence of around 70 years,...

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