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Phys.org: Insects Demonstrate Color Preferences Insects prefer to eat green leaves rather than red ones, research from Victoria University has shown. Ignatius Menzies, who will be awarded a PhD in Ecology and Biodiversity next week, tested a long-standing hypothesis that plants … Continue reading
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Order Plecoptera Stonefly adult, its immature stages develop in the water, usually cold flowing streams Order Hemiptera Family Membracidae Nymphal & adult stage present in photo Platycotis vittata associated with oak, many times nymphs tended by ants for the honeydew … Continue reading
Cool Spider New Species Discovered Though it looks like a spider, has a web like a spider and moves like a spider, it’s not a spider. It’s actually a decoy built by a newly-discovered species in the Cyclosa genus. When biologist … Continue reading
CBSSanFrancisco.com: Bed Bug Problem Prompts Lawsuit Against Concord Apartment Landlord More than a dozen residents of a Concord apartment complex are suing their landlord over an array of issues, including a bed bug infestation. KPIX 5 reporter Juliette Goodrich saw the … Continue reading
Spider silk turned into electrical wire with carbon nanotubes By Ryan Whitwam Spiders are good for more than keeping insect populations in check and giving us all the creeps. A team of researchers at Florida State University has found a … Continue reading
This video by Justin Bredlau, a PhD student at Virginia Commonwealth University, shows the life of the parasitic wasp, Cotesia congregata, and two of its hosts. It includes courtship behavior, parasitizing of the host, and larval egression.
UBC entomologist Rana Sarfaz gave CBC Radio One’s The Early Edition five ways to keep food bins free of squirmy, disgusting pests. 1. Freeze your food scraps Put your stinkiest food waste in the freezer until the night before pick up. That … Continue reading
Cockroach farming takes hold in China Powder from the pulverized insects is highly valued in traditional Chinese medicine, leading some entrepreneurs to begin breeding them. By Kim Peterson If cockroaches could survive a nuclear war, perhaps they can also help people … Continue reading