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    1. Entomologists have long had evidence of the decline of individual species, says Tanya Latty, a research and teaching fellow in entomology at Sydney University's School ...

    2. Chuck has been at the university since 1994, serving as a faculty member, program director, department chair, and most recently, as college dean. Chuck’s background is in the ...

    3. The insect population dropped by more than 75 percent during the duration of the study, which was published in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS One. According ...

    4. Insects are an integral part of life on Earth as both pollinators and prey for other wildlife and it was known that some species such as butterflies [3] were declining. The new ...

    5. Sean Patrick Maloney met with local officials and agricultural leaders Wednesday to celebrate the award of $130,000 in state and federal matching funds to further Cornell University's ...

    6. An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: The abundance of flying insects has plunged by three-quarters over the past 25 years, according to a new study ...

    7. As fires race through parts of Northern California, there’s a race of a different kind underway involving insects naturally drawn to the smoke and flames. Certain beetles ...

    8. In the world of butterflies and moths, many species are most easily recognized by their winged, adult forms, while their time as a larval caterpillar is spent in relative ...

    9. Sometime in the 1980s, it became cool to own a pet reptile in Florida. The Burmese python — which can be draped around a neck — was especially popular. One way or another, by the ...

    10. For many students studying at liberal arts schools like Lawrence, interdisciplinary studies and the potential to connect different areas of interest may seem very exciting. For ...

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