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Tag: Journal of Insect Science

Ophiogomphus howei, female

Diminutive Dragonfly Makes New Appearance in Michigan

Ophiogomphus howei, the smallest dragonfly of its genus and known to inhabit ranges primarily in Appalachia and Wisconsin in the United States, has been discovered by Odonata enthusiasts in southern Michigan, in a setting that may prompt a rethink of the species' habitat preferences.

mouse tick sampling

A New Guide for Tick Researchers on Working With Mice

Entomologists studying ticks and the disease pathogens they carry must also become adept at handling the host animals that ticks feed on, such as mice. A new article in the open-access Journal of Insect Science offers a guide to do just that, part of a new special collection on protocols in medical and veterinary entomology.

Honey Bee

Even Moderate Drought Conditions are Bad for Bees

A new study finds that reduced water availability—even if not quite drought conditions—lessens the quality of floral resources for honey bees and bumble bees, in turn negatively affecting their survival and reproduction rates.

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