(ScienceDaily/Edith Cowan University) Researchers from Edith Cowan University have discovered a plant that has successfully evolved to use ants – as well as native bees – as pollinating agents by overcoming their antimicrobial defenses.
(New York Times) Reframe your relationship with bugs. Cultivate a glorious mess. Take out your earbuds. Put your money where your values are. Vote.
(EurekAlert/University of Saskatchewan) Traces of neonicotinoid pesticides can impair a flying insect’s ability to spot predators and avoid collisions with objects in their path.