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Social network models provide new tool for ecology studies - Phys.Org

The study also involved researchers from Griffith University and the University of Turku in Finland, and is published in Ecology. Explore further: Bird bugs shed new light on malaria infection. More information: Nicholas J. Clark et al. Unravelling ...

Sow Bugs

Houston - United States

The problems of sow bug control are discussed here. Not only using pesticide spray but also understanding moisture conditions.

Assassin Bugs & Ambush Bugs of Kentucky
United States

Photographic guide from the University of Kentucky Entomology to the assassin and ambush bugs commonly found in the state.

Sonchus oleraceus (Smooth Sow Thistle)
United States

Photos and information from Wild Plants of Malta by Stephen Mifsud.

Isopod, Pillbug, Sow Bug Information
United States

Gives identifying features and interesting behaviors of sow bugs.

Bugs! in 2D & 3D
United Kingdom

A live-action nature drama, Bugs!, is filmed in immersive 3D and explores the dramatic and savage lives of an Old World praying mantis and a beautiful butterfly.

United States

Database of British and Northern European Coleoptera, including information on habitat, distribution, and fossil occurrence, along with their bibliographic references.

United States

John (Jack) C. Brown from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas has created great microbiology site. It includes a "What the Heck is?", a general interest, and other bug bytes sections.

Lace Bugs
United States

Photographs of these insects, with information on their hosts, symptoms, life cycle and description.

Assassin Bugs
United States

Article about several species (Triatoma sanguisuga, Reduvius personatus, Melanolestes picipes, Arilus cristatus, and Sinea diadema), sometimes called conenoses or "kissing bugs," that are occasionally found in the home in Ohio.

Mealy Bugs
United States

Photographs of these sap-sucking bugs, and information on their hosts, symptoms, life cycle and description.

Bugs in Cyberspace
United States

Images and information on many species of arthropods. Sections on phasmids, mantids, beetles, scorpions, and US invertebrates.