Trick or treat? From colorful ornaments to foamy bubbles to piles of "junk," a variety of insects wear clever disguises that protect or hide them from predators. Learn about several of these insect ensembles—and perhaps find some inspiration for your next Halloween costume.
Meet Marian Rodriguez-Soto, master’s student in entomology at Purdue University researching turfgrass pest management, Puerto Rico native, and subject of a new “Student Spotlight” feature on Entomology Today.
Forensic entomologists are familiar with a variety of blow fly species and the order in which they commonly arrive to a corpse. A new study illuminates the differences among three blow fly species and what drives the timing of their arrival and how they interact.
Digital video data—more than 20,000 hours' worth—reveals why cone traps are more effective than bucket traps in capturing palm weevils.
How One Entomologist Avoided Elephants and Bears to Develop a Multidisciplinary Approach to Bee Protection
Meet Priyadarshini Chakrabarti Basu, Ph.D., postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Horticulture at Oregon State University, bee expert, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.