No, that’s how you find them. IT’S SCIENCE.
The IUCN has a report out that suggests over 20% of invertebrate species are at risk of extinction. That is a big deal, and we should be worried.
The cinematographer extraordinaire of tiny dancing spiders, Jurgen Otto, has posted a new peacock spider video! Remember, these adorable little spiders are usually less than 6mm in size. I was going to write a post […]
Mid-March! A time when the US turns its attention to an important event–a type of March Madness, if you will. People stock up on food, buy special t-shirts, and drink alcoholic libations in mass quantities. […]
Finally, signs of spring are beginning to show here in New England. Birds are singing, and hopefully some of our tiny, shiny little migrants will be returning soon. There is a Citizen Science project you […]
The latest internet Meme is the Harlem Shake, and I think this is one of the best versions. A little background: “Harlem Shake” (not the hip hop dance style) is the title of a 2012 […]
What can Spider-Man’s detachable penis teach us about science communication?
Oh, I love this! All microfauna need their own song!! Centipedes sometimes create a great deal of alarm when they are found inside homes, but really they are harmless little predators. Now if we can […]
A lot of people have been asking me about the new DEET news. Here’s an entomologist’s opinion, breaking it down.
TL:DR your DEET still works, ignore the headlines.