Male reproductive damage under heat wave conditions could be contributing to biodiversity declines in the Anthropocene.
A man questioning his mediocre life finds solace in the idea of starting his own beetle battle company.
The land before potty time.
Now you can buy Spike the Beetle's work on eBay.
"It's become already the most destructive and most costly insect ever to invade North America."
Scientists can precisely control the insects' movements through electrical stimulation, and say they could be used to save human lives.
Experimental materials inspired by beetle wings make art at the V&A Museum.
The phenomenon is one of the biggest skull scratchers in evolutionary biology.
The use of animals in military operations often carries a hint of the absurd.
Sex really doesn’t seem like the most efficient way to reproduce, so why do so many species do it?
We spoke to biologist Doug Emlen about the phenomenon of "sneaky males" and how medieval chainmail helped explain evolution as an endless series of arms races.
Fossilized amber from the Eocene proves that these beetles have a long history of freeloading off of ants while eating their babies. Deception level: Clavigerite.