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  1. Advertisement Continue reading “Ovo,” meaning “egg” in Portuguese, is a headlong rush into a colorful ecosystem teeming with life, where insects work, eat, crawl, flutter, play, fight ...

  2. Insect Day at Louisiana State Arboretum

    KATC 3 Lafayette6 days ago

    When Lafayette received more than 21" of rain over two days in the historic flood, KATC Chief Meteorologist Rob Perillo was right where he was supposed to be--on the air. The Friday of the storm ...

  3. Mom's Organic Market has added sustainable insect proteins to its Ivy City store in the District of Columbia. It’s the Rockville, Md.-based retailer’s fourth store to sell cricket or ...

  4. Discovering nature at Lodi Lake

    Lodi News-Sentinel4 days ago

    Stahmer is on a quest to catalogue all the mushrooms, plants, birds, animals and insect species he comes across in the area. Sometimes he brings along colleagues or friends, like married ...

  5. A study from the insect world provides a new perspective on honest communication by showing that paper wasps that send dishonest signals are aggressively punished, and the drubbing can ...

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    Newswise2 days ago

    Release: Feb. 27, 2017 Contact: Grove Potter, mpotter3@buffalo.edu University at Buffalo 716-645-2130 Coming soon: Oil spill-mapping swarms of flying drones Inspired by bird and insect ...

  7. New findings by researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology suggest that ants, long perceived as the workaholics of the insect world, do the same. In fact, according ...

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    Cornell News Service6 days ago

    In this season of 17-year cicadas, Cornell entomologists examined the Cornell Insect Collection , which boasts more than 7 million specimens. There are many cicada drawers, but only one ...

  9. That pesky little insect we could all do without is once again buzzing around. "When it gets this warm out there are a couple kinds of species that when it hits 70 degrees no matter if ...

  10. Nature created both to kill creatures much smaller than us — plants evolved caffeine to poison insect predators, and yeasts produce ethanol to destroy competing microbes. True to its ...

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