The corpse flower that has received so much attention at the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe has been a bit of a disappointment.
Invasive species can spread across the globe, wreaking havoc where they settle. Now, researchers have found that the brown widow spider has made its home in Tahiti.
Tiny sensors may just save bees. Intel and CSIRO have joined together to create tiny bee "backpacks" that will hopefully help researchers discover why bee populations are declining in Australia.
It turns out that lycaenid butterfly larvae can, surprising, control ants.
Scientists have discovered something unusual when they dropped spiders from a forest canopy. It turns out that some spiders can also glide in addition to jumping, creeping and falling.
It turns out that ants can sniff out body odor to tell friend from foe. Scientists have discovered that these insects manage recognition based on chemical pheromones, which they sense with their antennae.
Severe drought isn't just impacting crops. It could also cause butterflies to go extinct by 2050.
How to ants manage to carry massive amounts of food and materials back to their nest? It's all about teamwork.
New findings published in the journal BMC Biology reveal that the British company Oxitec has successfully created genetically modified diamondback moths caterpillars.
Researchers at James Cook University in Australia have discovered that by gluing tiny transmitters to the backs of insects for the first time, this will help provide new insight into how disease affects the threatened insects.
It's a centipede from Hell. Scientists have uncovered the deepest underground dwelling centipede in three caves in Velebit Mts, Croatia and have named the creature Geophilus hadesi.