Some insects use mimicry to protect themselves from predators. Mimics often look like dangerous species, but are actually harmless. This clear and authoritative guide introduces you to insect mimicry.
What are the rarest and most endangered butterflies of the world? This quick and easy guide tells you all about these beautiful and critically imperiled insects
What are the most painful stings in the world? Here's everything you need to know about the top ten most painful stings on earth.
You found a caterpillar, and you want to know if it can sting you or your family. Identify that stinging caterpillar with the help of this quick and easy guide.
Giant African Land Snails have invaded Florida. They eat anything in their path, including stucco walls. They cover surfaces in slime. Their shells can puncture tires. And they're multiplying!
What is a Bios Urn? It's a biodegradable cremation receptacle that grows a tree from a person's earthly remains.
This photo-rich article illustrates some of the more commonly found caterpillars in North America.
Identify basement bugs with this authoritative and well-researched guide. You might be surprised to find out which bugs are actually helpful, and which bugs constitute a real emergency!
The State Insect of Arizona is the beautiful two-tailed swallowtail, Papilio multicaudata.
This Article will tell you how to control slugs when they invade your garden.
Brown widow spiders are invading new parts of the country. As their range increases, so does your chance of finding one. This article tells you what you need to know about the brown widow spider.
The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has recommendations for travelers headed for Panama. Panama disease updates are essential for travelers, and the shots or vaccines for Panama may mean the difference...
Brown recluse spiders are one of the dangerous arachnids in the world. You can trap and kill brown recluse spiders using sticky traps.
Hornworm caterpillars eat the leaves and fruit of tomato plants in your garden. Here's how to identify them and keep them from eating all of your tomato harvest.