Ranked by a guy who let a spider-hunting wasp sting him--in the name of science.
Songbirds need bugs, and bugs need local greens.
Scientists are throwing down the spotted gauntlet
In a new book, get a close look
Bee-ing a team player
Chemical defenses make friends look tastier than fronds.
Insect populations are on the decline.
When the going gets tough, the tough self-destruct.
The stink bug has gotten a bad reputation thanks to its unfortunate name. Here's what it should be called instead.
Some caterpillars look exactly like poop
Keep an eye on your toilet bowl (seriously).
Crickets are good for more than just protein
Meet the new record holder
This humble bombus is in danger of going extinct
And they'll likely go looking for a less combative meal.
To make their silk threads sticky, the bugs spit out a glue laced with urea
Really earning its name of sea butterfly
Shine bright like a butterfly
Wild insects are the most important and vulnerable pollinators.
They're coming to suck your blood