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Taylor Swift, the millipede: Scientists name a new species after the singer

Taylor Swift, an American singer known for her musical talents, has earned a new accolade. She now has a new species of millipede named...

Tracing regional origin of anything biological: Strontium isoscape mapping

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New ‘crime scene investigation’ may save endangered carnivorous plants

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Zebra finch males sing in dialects and females pay attention

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Invading hordes of crazy ants may have finally met their kryptonite

Scientists have have demonstrated how to use a naturally occurring fungus to crush local populations of tawny crazy ants.

The mystery of an unusual Panamanian plant’s dispersal

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Forest restoration must navigate trade-offs between environmental and wood production goals

Forest restoration schemes should prioritize restoring native forests for greatest climate and environmental benefits, but these benefits incur a trade-off with wood production in...

Researchers ID sex pheromone of invasive giant hornet

Scientists have developed a method for tracking the Asian giant 'murder' hornet's presence and possibly accelerating its removal. The researchers identified the major components...

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