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A giant tick that can hunt you through the forest is expanding its territory
Twice as large as a normal tick, these suckers are on the move.
Glowing millipede genitalia give scientists a leg up in the lab
Megapixels: We've got a handy new imaging technique for defining millipede species.
The Dracula ant snaps its jaw shut 5,000 times faster than you can blink
It’s a snap, quite literally.
You have to admit that this horseshoe crab looks just like Darth Vader
The species lived when dinosaurs and mammals were just getting started.
Rich Households Have More Diverse Bugs
Mo' money mo' arthropods
To Fight Infections, The Army Wants A Better Bugcatcher
War on disease never stops, even for other wars
‘Manhattan Project’ of Insects Will Sequence Bug Genomes to Help Make Better Pesticides
Plant and human genome researchers have uncovered myriad pathways toward understanding health and longevity, determining genes that code for things...
The Future Will Be Tastier: Scientists Discover Key To Year-Round Soft Shell Crabs
Whether they’re tossed with Old Bay and served in a sandwich, fried at Great NY Noodle Town, or sauteed as...