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We have fueled a perfect storm involving little mites and a virus that has been killing off millions of honeybees across the globe.
An insect that went extinct more than 120 million years ago featured many of the traits associated with modern butterflies, including eye spots.
Scientists have for the first time sequenced the genome of New York City bed bugs.
There's a good chance that slave-maker ants are near you right now.
A common class of insecticide called neonicotinoids is no longer getting the job done.
The insects use a pheromone that attracts other ants and prompts subsequent moves in the construction process.
The first survey since 1998 shows that ticks that cause Lyme disease are now established in twice the number of counties they were in 1998.
The country's native blue-banded bees take a unique approach to pollination.
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