Dana Kobilinsky

Warmer weather means duller dragonflies

As climates warm, many dragonfly species are losing dark pigmentations that attract more heat—but may also attract more mates Since the time of Charles Darwin, scientists have known that organisms adapt to living in different

Joshua Rapp Learn

Migrating insects surf on winds and warmth

Migrating insects speed up their travel time by sailing on wind and warmth, according to recent research. This discovery helps us understand the ways that insects like dragonflies or butterflies, which provide pollination services and