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What Is The Difference Between Spiders And Opiliones?

09-13-2016

What Is The Difference Between Spiders And Opiliones?

We have all heard of spiders, but what are opiliones? First of all opiliones are better known as "harvestman." Second of all there does not exist much difference between the two types since they are both arthropods and they are both members of the...

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So You Think You Know Everything About Dragonflies

08-31-2016

So You Think You Know Everything About Dragonflies

Almost everyone has seen a dragonfly at least once in their lifetime. They're big, colorful, and generally well-liked, as they kill many insect pests and leave us humans alone. But while these insects may seem pretty normal and you probably don't...

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A Symphony Of Insects

08-24-2016

A Symphony Of Insects

If you have been eagerly awaiting the new groundbreaking CD and book entitled The Songs Of Insects, which features a symphony of bugs singing in harmony, then I am afraid that you just missed it. However, for the five or six people who love the...

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Being a Mosquito Magnet is in Your Genes

07-05-2016

Being a Mosquito Magnet is in Your Genes

Do mosquitoes flock towards you whenever you dare to step outside? Well, according to a recent study you can blame a good part of this on your genes. We already knew that biology had something to do with how attractive or repellent a person is to a...

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Insect Colonies Share Brain Power

06-22-2016

Insect Colonies Share Brain Power

Scientists recently performed a study comparing the complexity of brain function in social insects as opposed to solitary insects. They found that unlike vertebrate species, which evolve to have increasingly complex brains the more complex the...

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Which Mosquito is Responsible for the Large-Scale Outbreaks?

06-06-2016

Which Mosquito is Responsible for the Large-Scale Outbreaks?

Which Mosquito is Responsible for the Large-Scale Outbreaks? As many of you already realize, the most devastating outbreaks of the Zika virus have occurred in South and Central America as well as the Caribbean's, while the United States is...

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A Colorectal Surgeons Love for Odd Bugs

06-03-2016

A Colorectal Surgeons Love for Odd Bugs

A prominent colorectal surgeon named Dr Francis Seow-Choen is already fascinated with bugs of the parasitic sort found in the human gastrointestinal system.  However, he grew up fascinating over other types of creep-crawlies--Stick and Leaf...

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Researchers Effectively Blindfold Spiders in the Name of Science

06-02-2016

Researchers Effectively Blindfold Spiders in the Name of Science

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you blindfolded a spider?  Well, a team of presumably very bored entomologists at the University of Nebraska have managed to do just that.  However, and to the scientists' credit, the spider that...

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The Things a Wasp Will Have to Do to Feed Her Young

06-01-2016

The Things a Wasp Will Have to Do to Feed Her Young

The Things a Wasp Will Have to Do to Feed Her Young Although it is hard to picture a wasp attacking an enormous tarantula, this scenario can happen.  Your ordinary wasp has been known to attack the Baboon Spider.  The Baboon Spider can...

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Signs You May Have Termites

05-25-2016

Signs You May Have Termites

Mud tubes (used by termites to reach a food source) on the exterior of the home. Soft wood in the home that sounds hollow when tapped. Darkening or blistering of wood structures. Cracked or bubbling paint. Small piles of feces that resemble...

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