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cross section of a mussel shell showing thickness June 15, 2016
Modern mussel shells much thinner than 50 years ago
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garlic mustard invasion June 14, 2016
Garlic mustard populations likely to decline
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a bee pollinates a cotton flower June 10, 2016
Supporting pollinators could have big payoff for Texas cotton farmers
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a diver swims in the reef off Millenium Island April 26, 2016
We share a molecular armor with coral reefs
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skeleton of Synemporion keana March 22, 2016
Discovery of extinct bat doubles diversity of native Hawaiian land mammals
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coral reef March 16, 2016
Viruses 'piggyback' on host microbes' success
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clustering twisters March 4, 2016
New findings suggest severe tornado outbreaks are increasingly common
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a tornado west of Laramie, Wyoming March 2, 2016
Extreme tornado outbreaks have become more common, says study
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free living stage of soil-transmitted parasites February 15, 2016
Impact of climate change on parasite infections depends on host immunity
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cultured bacteria February 2, 2016
Antiperspirant alters the microbial ecosystem on your skin
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a snowshoe hare with abwhite coat January 21, 2016
Evolutionary clock ticks for snowshoe hares facing climate change
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chimps being sociably interactive January 15, 2016
Gregarious chimps harbor richer gut microbiomes
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the black bean aphid December 7, 2015
Climate change governs a crop pest, even when populations are far-flung
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a dead beetle is visible next to the charred bark October 29, 2015
Fire severity in southwestern Colorado unaffected by spruce beetle outbreak
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female mosquitofish (top row) October 20, 2015
Mosquitofish populations with more females have greater ecological impact
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collage of insects on plant leaves September 28, 2015
Study shows insect diversity decreases in gardens with non-native plants
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a bumblebee on a sunflower September 24, 2015
Bumblebees' adaptation to climate change could lead to rise in declining bee population
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David Reznick September 14, 2015
Research shows evolution in real time
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spider from the genus Selenops August 18, 2015
Biologists discover skydiving spiders in South American forests
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genus Steinernema July 30, 2015
Evolutionary war between microorganisms affecting human health, IU biologist says
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two sand grain-size Daphnia crustaceans June 22, 2015
Old-school literature search helps ecologist identify puzzling parasite
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the Automated Radio Telemetry System on a sloth June 12, 2015
We are entering a 'golden age' of animal tracking
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wolves, some are infected with sarcoptic mange May 18, 2015
Chronic illness causes less harm when carnivores cooperate
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E. Rynkiewicz weighs and tags a white-footed mouse May 11, 2015
Long-term study on ticks reveals shifting migration patterns, disease risks
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bamboo May 7, 2015
WSU ecologist warns of bamboo fueling spread of hantavirus
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organic crops December 9, 2014
Can organic crops compete with industrial agriculture?
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pavement ants December 2, 2014
Study finds insects play important role in dealing with garbage on NYC streets
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a metaphycus wasp November 19, 2014
Warmer temperatures limit impact of parasites, boost pest populations
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an ant drinking nectar November 12, 2014
Symbiotic plants are more diverse, finds new study
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view of Panama's rainforest canopy November 11, 2014
Tree diseases can help forests
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