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  • Most insects are either beneficial or at least harmless. Some of them are ... Let's face it: there are a lot of people who wish most insects would go away. Talk to them about projects like the Natural History ... think twice about spraying. The elevator version: most insects are either beneficial or at least harmless. Some of them are ...
  • ... features a terrific show crawling with animals and insects titled Intelligent Design: Interspecies Art. ...
  • ... (NHM), has been turning up some fascinating captured insects . We've picked five of what we thought were the among most ... in 2013, has been turning up some fascinating captured insects . Museum staff have deployed insect traps at 30 locations across ...
  • ... Malaise, is quite simple. It looks something like a tent. Insects fly in and get funneled towards the top. Unable to escape, they fall ... of it. Just about every dead mammal that gets a necropsy shows evidence of rat poison in its system. Over the last 100 years, Griffith ...
  • ... keeping our eyes peeled for mayflies, or swarms of flying insects over the Los Angeles River. Though insect swarms conjure images ... the opposite of death and destruction. “These aquatic insects can be indicators of health,” says Higgins. Unlike a gathering of ...
  • ... world of hardcore insect eating as he discovers that insects aren't just healthy, they have a low carbon footprint that might help save our planet. With 40 tonnes of insects to every human, they could offer the most sustainable solution to the ...
  • After examining 10,000 individual insects caught in the first three months of 2015, an L.A. County Museum of ... downtown and south to Gardena, then hauling the trapped insects before the educated eyes of NHM entomologists for identification. As ... confident they'd identified a few new species among the insects caught in the traps. This year has upped the ante: after examining ...
  • ... a report released Friday by a prominent conservation group shows that the state had more of the striking migratory butterflies visit in ... group that advocates for conservation of rare insects and other invertebrates, volunteer participants in the group's annual ...
  • ... ridiculously tiny songbirds not much more massive than the insects they eat. That was before I had them next to my desk for most of the ... ridiculously tiny songbirds not much more massive than the insects they eat, supposedly with bright yellow heads but that yellow washes ...
  • ... the Endangered Species Act has gone too far, protecting insects at the expense of a vibrant economy. The fly was a frequent ... in 1993, points out that at least half a dozen other insects that are also restricted to the Delhi Sands, and likely in every bit ...

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