Scientists have uncovered they mystery of how butterflies move. Experts in Sweden found the majestic insects not only clap ...
Recently, on our weekly radio show, Speaking of Animals, Florida Museum’s Ryan Fessenden talked to us about their spectacular ...
Species including the Pearl-bordered Fritillary and small Pearl-bordered Fritillary usually live in open woodland spaces, and have all seen a decline in recent years. In the paper, the researchers ...
Of the species currently found in the UK, 20 are declining, 21 are stable, and nine are growing in number A male marsh fritillary, one of the most threatened butterfly species in the UK and Europe ...
The gulf fritillary, generally found in southern portions of the U.S., Mexico, and Central America, is now flourishing in California because people there cultivate its host, the passion vine ...
Blean Woods is one of the last strongholds for the heath fritillary butterfly, which has only survived because parts of the wood were regularly coppiced by people, providing light where the insect ...
A nature reserve near Blencathra is abuzz after a new report finds insects are thriving at the upland site. Cumbria Wildlife ...
Of the 149 projects granted money from the Growing Greener program, 43 in south-central Pennsylvania will get $12 million.
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The bison may also benefit a type of woodland butterfly, the Heath Fritillary, which emerges in late spring and early summer and relies on a plant called the common cow-wheat for food.
The world's vital insect kingdom is undergoing "death by a thousand cuts," according to the world's top bug experts. Insects, ...
(WSVN) - Gardeners love when their rare trees and shrubs attract endangered birds and butterflies, but a North Miami homeowner says his garden oasis was partially destroyed when a government ...
A marsh fritillary was spotted at The Coombes in Wiltshire for the first time This year is on track to be one of the three warmest on record globally, and also had the UK’s wettest February ...