Posts Tagged: ants
Michael Branstetter, who will present a UC Davis Department of Entomology seminar on Wednesday,...
Michael Branstetter at Reserva Nacional Kahka Creek, Nicaragua. He is in the process of doing a transect of mini Winkler samples. (Photo by Laura Sáenz)
Michael Branstetter with a Winkler hanging structure, which was constructed in the forest by his guide using only a machete. (Photo by Laura Sáenz)
Ants are such tiny critters. But they're much more than that. Much more. Ant specialist Brian...
Ants crawl along a vine. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
Unlike the Saints, the ants won't "go marching in"; they'll be "marching on." The "Ants Go...
You gotta love those ladybugs. Ladybugs, aka ladybeetles (family Coccinellidae), are best known for...
Pull out the bottom tray (floor) of a beehive and you're likely to see lots of bee droppings, a...
Off to the Nest