- Starving honey bee (Apis mellifera) larvae signal pheromonally to worker bees
- The cuticular chemicals from hungry bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) and earwig (Forficula auricularia) larvae attract greater adult attendance suggesting that these cuticular compounds might serve as a pheromonal signal of hunger.
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- I would say try Auricularia auricula, except you probably have already and not realized it. “That's what you ...
- Buglife charity shares scary detailed images of insects up close
- It may not be a pleasant thought, but we share our homes with millions of creepy crawlies from scuttling spiders to barely visible dust mites. Now these unwelcome guests have been captured on camera in extreme close up, revealing them in all their ...
- With Marlene Berlin (center), MAW's Jon Ellifritz and Connie Durnan
- Many thanks to Jon Ellifritz and Connie Durnan of the Mycological Association of Washington (MAW) for leading Marlene Berlin and Pat Davies on a rather wet mushroom walk on Saturday, October 12th. Marge Rachlin tried to join us, but the ground was just ...
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