The call of the common frog species Pseudacris crucifer is a reliable marker of spring. Will climate change affect that?
Why is cork so strongly associated with bottle stoppers? The answer goes back centuries.
Arguably the world's most abundant animal, calanoid copepods can leap like whoa Nelly. And check out their enigmatic embryos!
Grassland birds, such as the prairie chicken, plover, and bobolink, need a complex environment of varying structure, area, and grass types.
In a case study from Italy, researchers found that biodiverse soil had good economic results for farms.
The blood of western fence lizards has the ability to neutralize Lyme disease in ticks—so why aren’t scientists bottling it to sell at the grocery store?
A new artificial intelligence program called ARADEEPOPSIS will help botanists rapidly classify plant phenotypes.
Algae, crustaceans, and other types of organisms can hitchhike into new ecosystems under the hulls of ships.
Roadkill may be inevitable, but turtles are especially vulnerable—particularly females, putting species survival at risk.
A tree's hard outer bark helps it survive. Studying why it's thicker on some trees than others could help scientists understand how to protect them.