Wasps have a vastly under-appreciated role, both as predators as as pollinators.
When a species is a rare as the Disa forficaria, pollination requires some creativity.
Could an itty-bitty pollinator be the problem?
A prehistoric beetle got caught in a sticky situation. Millions of years later, it’s helping scientists understand the first flowers.
Wild insects are the most important and vulnerable pollinators.
They're cool, but it's easier and cheaper to save the ones we've got
Its fragrance mimics honeybee alarm pheromones
Moths join the ranks of other embattled pollinators, like bees
And also kill them
Plus adorable echidna puggles
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