More than one marine species is named for the beloved evergreens.
These small marine pests have been eating our ships for millennia, forcing us to keep building better boats throughout history.
As garlic mustard naturalized in North America, it became a popular plant to forage for impoverished and rural communities.
The aquatic monitoring tool has powerful potential.
The time between species arrival and the onset of management is critical to determining the ultimate cost of an invasive species.
Old growth forests are often famed for their beauty, cultural and historical significance. But there's more to old growth than just the age of the trees.
The recent Australian 2019-2020 bushfires were devastating for people and fauna. Long term, they may not hurt wildlife and ecosystems as much as expected.
Two historians consider the field of taxonomy to ask what history can provide science at the bench level.
The recent entrance of elderberry into mainstream success is marked by an increasing popular desire to engage with traditional, “natural” remedies.
Everyone talks about biodiversity these days, but an entomologist just might be its fiercest advocate.