Invisible, non-drying glue helps illustrate what happens to insects that stick around this summer. Continue reading →
Brood II cicadas that last arose in 1996 are back. Continue reading →
The children’s story Peter Pan famously ends with kids shouting, “I do believe in fairies!” and now they, and adults, can truly believe in Tinkerbell the fairyfly, just discovered by scientists. Continue reading →
How do you kill bedbugs without having to sleep in a bed full of pesticides at night? Impale the tiny buggers! ->
The eastern population of monarch butterflies don't use fancy navigational strategies, they just fly with a general southwest orientation. ->
What appeared to be huge, dino-pestering fleas are more likely flies, says the team that discovered them. ->
The amber-preserved fly and mite likely buzzed around dinosaurs -- but these specimens didn't bite them.
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