Over at IB401, the entomology students are blogging faster than a swarm of locusts in a candy shop*:
Caterpillars I have known
Beetle's Threat to Baseball
Ants on Stilts
Keeping a Praying Mantis
Fig Wasp Beats Deforestation
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Insects make up the largest and most diverse group of organisms on the planet, with the over 1 million described and 4-30 estimated species all playing a crucial role in biodiversity of the ecosystem. They are also critical for a wide variety of science and technology fields including agriculture,…
While I was away the Photoshelter blog posted a recent interview I did with Allen Murabayashi, the company's CEO.Â You can read it here, and I've also pasted it below the fold.
I don't market my photos through an agency- my own sites work pretty well- but if I did, Photoshelter is one of the first…
Cimex lectularius - the common bedbug
Bed bugs are back.Â The resurgence of these blood-feeding pests is perhaps the biggest entomological story of the past decade.Â Take a look, for instance, at the Google search volume for "bed bugs" over the past few years:
Google Trends shows an increase…