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Tag: Insects

Climate change is shifting the zones where plants grow – here’s...

Matt Kasson, West Virginia University With the arrival of spring in North America, many people are gravitating to the...

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...

What is dirt? There’s a whole wriggling world alive in the...

Brian Darby, University of North Dakota Curious Kids is a series for children of all...

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

What is dirt? There’s a whole wriggling world alive in the...

Brian Darby, University of North Dakota Curious Kids is a series for children of all...

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...

Tiny water-walking bugs provide scientists with insights on how microplastics are...

Andrew Dickerson, University of Tennessee Microplastics are tiny plastic particles that can cause big problems when they enter the...

Smell is the crucial sense that holds ant society together, helping...

Laurence Zwiebel, Vanderbilt University and Stephen Ferguson, Vanderbilt University Ants can be found in nearly every location on Earth,...

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