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  1. AnonyJ

    Bumblebees Apparently Enjoy 'Playing'

    ...According to some fascinating research and articles I've seen recently - and younger bees enjoy 'playing' more with small wooden beads. The video clip is delightful - if it doesn't make you smile then you're a bid bad stinky meanie. From...
  2. ramonmercado

    The Forthcoming Lyme Disease Explosion

    My shin started itching as soon as I read the headline. This is a serious problem wgich will only get wirse. Be careful of where you ramble when wearing shorts. Lyme disease is set to explode, and you can’t protect yourself A new prediction says 2017 and 2018 will see major Lyme disease...
  3. oldrover


    I have a lot of wool in my wardrobe, and I have a moth infestation. Any advice as to how to kill the bastards. Seriously, they've done hundreds of pounds worth of damage and have the potential to do much, much more.
  4. C


    Einstein said no bees no food, check this out http://observer.guardian.co.uk/print/0% ... %2C00.html quote Beloved by Britons, the humble honey bee is hailed as a reassuring symbol of summer. But disease has almost wiped out the wild population and threatens domestic swarms. Science...
  5. N

    Bugs, Insects & Creepy Crawlies

    EDIT This a general thread for discussion on insects that do not necessarily fit under Cryptozoology i.e. they're not a new species and or a rediscovered species. Thanks, TheQuixote ------ I found a couple of huge insects on the web in the last week, I realise these ones have...
  6. ramonmercado

    Bees Co-Existing / Interacting With Humans

  7. M

    Mosquitoes: Research Toward Negating Them As Disease Vectors

    http://www.azcentral.com/offbeat/articl ... to-ON.html File under "WTF?" :wtf:
  8. M

    Parasites, Insects, Etc., Infesting The Human Body

    Insect infestation For when insects and other creepy crawlies get under your skin (literally). WARNING: May contain unpleasant stories: From the front page: http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/05/15/1084571007555.html Emps
  9. M

    Amazing Ants: Phenomenal Formicae

    http://www.stanford.edu/dept/news/pr/2004/antstudies47.html See also: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2004/04/040408084620.htm
  10. M

    Major Swarms Of Insects & Other Arthropods

    Brood X Due to Hatch This Year Not a sign of the coming Apocalypse I hope. http://www.courier-journal.com/localnews/2004/01/12in/met-front-cicada0112-4463.html