- International Business Times via Yahoo News3 days ago
Damselflies are carnivorous insects that belong to the same group as dragonflies. The males have large and expanded tibiae – or lower leg structures – which modern damselflies use to ...
- Washington Post1 day ago
It looks like the United States is breeding an insect capable of either destroying Russia’s wheat supply or poisoning the wheat the U.S. exports to the Soviets.
- National Geographic22 hours ago
A 100-million-year-old piece of amber preserved the large colorful legs of male damselflies that were likely used to attract mates.
- Reuters via Yahoo News2 days ago
Bumble bees are key pollinators of crops such as blueberries and cranberries, and are almost the only insect pollinator of tomatoes in the United States, according to the U.S. Fish and ...
- U.S.News & World Report via Yahoo News6 days ago
"For the Egyptians, that was symbolic of the sun moving across the sky," Gene Kritsky, author of "Insect Mythology," told NPR affiliate WKSU. Thus, the culture viewed the dung beetle ...
- MSN News14 hours ago
Does your baby seem stressed? Is work getting to them? Not getting enough of 16 hours sleep a day? Now there's a baby spa, and cynical as we may be, we think it looks adorable. Opened in Perth ...
- CBS San Francisco3 days ago
Insect Discovery Lab's co-founder Norman Gershenz brings some really cool, big bugs to Bay Sunday.
- Philly.com9 hours ago
It gradually takes on the profile of a flying insect, and ultimately, a face that will ring a bell with Ridley Scott. Life, though, has a cheesiness that is also sticky, rubbery, strong ...
- MSN News6 hours ago
Lukas Podolski bade farewell to international football in the best way possible on Wednesday night, with his stunning 69th minute strike sealing a narrow Germany victory over England.
- KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau2 hours ago
The Mark Twain National Forest (Forest) is currently inviting the public to comment on the Forest Health Initiative (FHI) project that will promote healthy forests in areas where oak decline ...