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    1. This particular bee is the latest in a growing list of threatened pollinators with big implications for what we eat. In eastern Tennessee's Smoky Mountains National ...

    2. The new technique, first tried in a separate study of honey bees using a slightly different protocol, is a vast improvement over other approaches -- for example, ...

    3. The good news for a homeowner is that as soon as the colony is weakened by baits, the neighboring colony would immediately invade its tunneling system, discover ...

    4. of high temperature and lowered humidity, a new USGS-led study has found. In an earlier related study, the researchers found that southern black-legged ticks, unlike ...

    5. of the pond, insect net in hand, and explained they were there for the bugs. “It was sort of an Indiana Jones life for Charley,” Lois said. “It’s been a wonderful ...

    6. Zika: Where Are We Now?

      Newswise6 days ago

      The virus, transmitted through the Aedes aegypti mosquito, has since been declared to be a long-term problem rather than an emergency, but Zika continues to concern health professionals ...

    7. The Argonaut – arts

      The Argonaut4 days ago

      Lisa Nikssarian, a senior in the dance program at the University of Idaho, transferred from California and has since advanced her knowledge and passion for dance in Moscow ...

    8. Newswise | Channels

      Newswise6 days ago

      ... , Insects , Midges , Entomology , Zoology , Ecology Enormous Swarms of Midges Teach About ...to Favorites Ecologists at the University of Wisconsin–...lake can fluctuate by 100,000-fold across a decade, and what impact these massive swarms have on the surrounding landscape... to Favorites The public is getting its first look at the Trump administration...

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