A tiny parasitoid wasp species, long considered a generalist with more than 65 different host species, is revealed in a new study to actually comprise at least 16 different species, identical in appearance but genetically distinct.
Learn more about the work of several Native American entomologists, as we mark the close of National Native American Heritage Month.
The ESA Annual Meeting is here! Get a glimpse of some of the exciting research on the slate as the editors-in-chief of ESA's family of journals share the sessions they're looking forward to attending.
High-throughput sequencing data reveals that the genetic makeup of the grasshopper Omocestus panteli is best explained by fragmentation during the last ice age.