| 119 Adaptive introgression in an African malaria mosquito coincident with the increased usage of insecticide-treated bed nets.
118 Flies expand the repertoire of protein structures that bind ice.
117 How Bees Discriminate a Pattern of Two Colours from Its Mirror Image.
116 Internal models direct dragonfly interception steering.
115 Silencing urease: A key evolutionary step that facilitated the adaptation of Yersinia pestis to the flea-borne transmission route.
114 Retention of Memory through Metamorphosis: Can a Moth Remember What It Learned As a Caterpillar?
113 Baculovirus infection triggers a positive phototactic response in caterpillars to induce ‘tree-top’ disease.
112 Early 20th century agricultural changes initiated the decline of a variety of insect pollinators in Britain.
111 Lethal effects of short-wavelength visible light on insects.
110 Phylogenomics resolves the timing and pattern of insect evolution.
109 The genetics of monarch butterfly migration and warning colouration.
108 Gluing the ‘unwettable’: soil-dwelling harvestmen use viscoelastic fluids for capturing springtails.
107 Species-specific ant brain manipulation by a specialized fungal parasite.
106 Hydrocarbons Emitted by Waggle-Dancing Honey Bees Increase Forager Recruitment by Stimulating Dancing.
105 Compact genome of the Antarctic midge is likely an adaptation to an extreme environment.
104 Effects of plant virus and its insect vector on Encarsia formosa, a biocontrol agent of whiteflies.
103 Predicting fruit fly’s sensing rate with insect flight simulations.
102 The bacterial metabolite 2-aminoacetophenone promotes association of pathogenic bacteria with flies.
101 Anthropogenic changes in sodium affect neural and muscle development in butterflies.
100 Pesticide risk assessment in free-ranging bees is weather and landscape dependent.