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Crayfish ‘trapping’ doesn’t control invasive species

Oct. 13 (UPI) — In Britain, a handful of celebrity chefs have encouraged the practice of crayfish “trapping” to control the invasion of American signal crayfish. Unfortunately, new research —…

Newly found dinosaur fossils shed light on toothless, two-fingered species

Here’s a look at what the Oksoko avarsan dinosaurs might have looked like way back when. Michael W. Skrepnick Newly discovered fossils of a toothless, parrot-like dinosaur species that lived…

Extinctions linked to new assemblages of species — ScienceDaily

Scientists have found that as the world undergoes profound environmental change, identifying and protecting ‘novel’ communities of species can help prevent extinctions within vulnerable ecosystems. Professor John Pandolfi and Dr…

Seasonal dietary changes increase the abundances of savanna herbivore species — ScienceDaily

African savannas are renowned for their huge diversity of wildlife, yet some animal species are much more abundant than others. What causes these differences? For herbivore species — plant-eating animals…

A new species of Darwin wasp from Mexico named in observance of the 2020 quarantine period

Holotype specimen of the newly described species of parasitic Darwin wasp Stethantyx covida. Credit: Andrey I. Khalaim Scientists at the Autonomous University of Tamaulipas (UAT) in Mexico recently discovered five…

Toothless dino’s lost digits point to spread of parrot-like species — ScienceDaily

A newly discovered species of toothless, two-fingered dinosaur has shed light on how a group of parrot-like animals thrived more than 68 million years ago. The unusual species had one…

World’s largest collection of moss species — ScienceDaily

Peatlands with their huge diversity of peat moss species store about 30 percent of the earth’s soil carbon. This means they store roughly twice as much carbon as all the…

A new species of millipede discovered at Charleston County park | Community News

Tess Moody, a part-time volunteer at Caw Caw Interpretive Center in Ravenel, discovered a new species of millipede in 2018, and this summer she will name it as the discoverer. …

The Battle To Save The World’s Rarest Species From Extinction Following Mauritius Oil Spill

The Mauritius Ornate Day Gecko on Ile aux Aigrettes, in Southeast Mauritius Mauritian Wildlife Foundation On Monday September 24, at a virtual meeting hosted by the UN Headquarters in New…

How a toxic chromium species could form in drinking water — ScienceDaily

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, brought much-needed attention to the problem of potentially toxic metals being released from drinking water distribution pipes when water chemistry changes. Now, researchers reporting…