Photographer Lasse Anderssons captures a dragonfly bedazzled with glistening dew drops in the morning.
Eyes down here
Pseudocreobotra wahlbergi, or spiny flower mantis, is a small Flower Mantis that measures around 1.5 inches and is native to southern and eastern Africa.
Spiders Aren’t Spooky… They’re Our Friends!
As the Halloween series of episodes continue, we’ve dedicated this week’s Biofriendly Podcast to our fascinating eight-legged friends. Spiders are crucial to our environment so we share some of their history with spooky season, why some consider them to be good luck, and if you’re not careful they may just run off with your family.
Hopper Pockets and the Challenge of Eating More Insects
In Western cultures, most of us get the heebie-jeebies when we see bugs, but in most countries around the world, insects are routinely eaten and even enjoyed. This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we talk about insects as food, the benefits they have on our environment, and what are Hopper Pockets and how can we get some?
Even though it carries the adorable nickname ‘panda ant,’ the Euspinolia militaris not an ant at all but a species of wingless wasp.
Photographer Javier Aznar endured a bit of pain in order to capture the moment an army ant took a bite out of his finger.
A leafhopper is the common name for any species from the family Cicadellidae. These minute insects, colloquially known as hoppers, are plant feeders that suck plant sap from grass, shrubs, or trees.
Met Gala bug
The Saturniidae Moth Caterpillar is a spectacular sight to behold and appears to be the most colorful and fancy caterpillar on Earth.
Damselflies are very similar to dragonflies, but you can differentiate between the two by the way damselflies rest with their wings closed.
This Week In Green – Feb 18, 2022
It’s time for a new This Week In Green on The Biofriendly Podcast for February 18, 2022. We’ve got clean heating from a coal mine, blade bridges, crocs that eat dinosaurs, a diving duo making a difference, C02 steaks and more!