Saturday, January 18, 2020

NEW BLUE TARANTULA - NEW TO SCIENCE



A spectacular spider is new to science.
CHIEN LEE

This amazing blue tarantula is a new spider species—

but did researchers break the law when they studied it?

By Yao-Hua Law

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

ENTOMOLOGISTS OR BUG CARD COLLECTORS SHOULD BECOME ENTOMOPHAGISTS


If you are interested in bugs, it time that you try eating them. Most of the world eats bugs.
They are very nutritious and will be necessary in the future when meat is not readily available.
 An inexpensive way to try bugs is the Lil Bugz packets as linked below.


For more information on the value and need for eating bugs,. see the link below.




Thursday, October 24, 2019

STRANGEST IN THE WORLD FROM NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC




is the most complete guide to edible insect nutrition I could find. Did you know that among other advantages edible insects help with combating inflammation and is good for your brain?
The above blog will explain just about everything we know about insect nutrition.

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

THE AMAZING HONEYPOT ANT


Ants are amazing. This is a honeypot ant that is used to store food without spoiling and to feed ants that do not leave the nest. The video below has some extraneous footage but is the best description I could find.

HONEYPOT ANT YOUTUBE VIDEO


FUN BOOK ON WHY WE NEED INSECTS

"In Buzz, Sting, Bite: Why We Need Insects (Simon & Schuster, 2019), Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson comes to the defense of the "tiny critters that all do their little bit to save your life, every single day." A professor of conservation biology at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Sverdrup-Thygeson is a lively, witty, and discerning guide through the scientific lore surrounding some of the tiniest—though still very powerful—organisms on Earth."


INTERESTING BUG LINKS