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Jumping Spiders Nurse Offspring Nearly to Adulthood

Like nursing baby mammals, some jumping spiders spend their earliest days feeding on a nutritious "spider milk," secreted by their mothers, who care for and feed their young offspring long after they're able to forage for food on their own.

Neonicotinoid Pesticides Impair Bees’ Social Behavior

Using an automated robotic platform to spy on bumblebees wearing tiny barcode backpacks, researchers discover yet another detrimental affect of neonicotinoid pesticides - exposure disrupts the behavior and social interactions of worker bees inside the hives


 

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