The hybrid child of Asian and Formosan subterranean termites has entomologists on edge.
The discovery on Kangaroo Island in South Australia represents a new family of primitive moths.
Parasitic wasps inject a virus to turn their victims into trembling, unwilling bodyguards. → → Continue reading →
The bees start foraging when they are too young to do the risky job, new research suggests.
A study of carpenter ants examined what happens to them when they become isolated.
A spider that combs and pulls its silk to create sticky filaments could inspire a way to make long, strong nanofibers.
A museum volunteer got an amazing surprise when he came upon the rare creature, just emerged from its chrysalis.
The Dohrniphora flies quickly guillotine their prey with a long, sawlike proboscis, always targeting injured ants to avoid becoming dinner themselves.
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