André Mugemangango's eucalyptus shamba of about one hectare has been infested with strange insects for the past few years.
After surveying 2,000 species of plants, birds, beetles, ants and bees across more than 300 diverse sites in the Brazilian Amazon, researchers say that deforestation has, without a doubt, caused a
Honey bees around the world could soon be wearing small, electronic transmitter devices as part of an Australia-led study into the sharp rise in the insect's mortality rate.
If all the birds, bugs, bees and other creatures that pollinate our food crops were to disappear from the planet, humans could face a sharp increase in malnutrition, disease and death in many parts
It's not exactly an uncommon sentiment to believe that pesticides are causing a lot more environmental harm than big chemical lets on.
The world’s first ever ant map showing the distribution of the tiny industrious creatures around the globe was launched on Thursday by the University of Hong Kong in a bid to shed more light on the
Insecticides that are sprayed in orchards and fields across North America may be more toxic to spiders than scientists previously believed.
A fly that is thought to have been extinct for almost 150 years has been found alive in Devon.
Thirteen new species of spider – including a brush-footed trapdoor spider – have been discovered on Queensland's Cape York peninsula, on the Indigenous Olkola people's traditional lands.
Icipe taxonomists in collaboration with colleagues at the Smithsonian Institution, USA, have discovered a new, enigmatic wasp genus and species in Muhaka forest on the south coast of Kenya.
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