bugs

  • EarthTalk Q&A: Las Cigarras y el Calentamiento Global

    Roddy Scheer & Doug Moss EarthTalk The short answer is…probably. If you live in the eastern or midwestern U.S., you’ve likely seen so-called periodic cicadas. These inch-long, gray- and orange-winged insects with bulging red eyes feed on the underground xylem tissue of tree roots for years before emerging in...
  • EarthTalk Q&A: Las Cigarras y el Calentamiento Global

    Roddy Scheer & Doug Moss EarthTalk La respuesta corta es…probablemente. Si vives en el este o medio oeste de EE.UU., probablemente hayas visto a las llamadas cigarras periódicas. Estos insectos de una pulgada de largo y de alas de color gris y naranja con ojos saltones rojos se alimentan...
  • The ‘Incalculable’ Role Bugs Play in Our World

    Eric Tegethoff Public News Service PIERRE, S.D. – Insects don’t get the respect they deserve, but author David MacNeal is highlighting their importance and diversity in his new book, “Bugged: The Insects Who Rule the World and the People Obsessed with Them.” MacNeal says bugs aren’t living in our...

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