Extraordinary close-up images show insects as you’ve never seen them before

Extraordinary close-up images show insects as you’ve never seen them before

The petrol-blue wings of a swallowtail butterfly, soft fur of a giant Patagonian bumblebee, and oil-painted smudges of a ladybug are some of the details captured by British photographer Levon Biss in a new book that documents insect decline.카지노사이트 Released on 22 November, “Extinct & Endangered: Insects in Peril” is a collaboration between Biss and…

SFA reviews 16 insect species for human consumption; seeks feedback on import conditions

SFA reviews 16 insect species for human consumption; seeks feedback on import conditions

SINGAPORE: The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) may soon allow the import and sale of insects and insect products for human consumption and animal feed.카지노사이트 In a statement on Sunday (Oct 16), the SFA said that after a “thorough scientific review“, it could allow “specific species of insects with a history of human consumption” to be…

Tropical insects are extremely sensitive to changing climates

Tropical insects are extremely sensitive to changing climates

Insects that are adapted to perennially wet environments, like tropical rainforests, don’t tend to do well when their surroundings dry out. New research published this Wednesday indicates they may be equally averse to heavy rainfall.카지노사이트 The results of an extensive five-year study conducted in Peru revealed a 50% decline in arthropod biomass following short periods…