| 87 Flies Evade Looming Targets by Executing Rapid Visually Directed Banked Turns.
86 Flying Drosophila stabilize their vision-based velocity controller by sensing wind with their antennae.
85 Niemann–Pick type C2 protein mediating chemical communication in the worker ant.
84 After fire ants invade, they can be invaded in turn by tawny crazy ants.
83 A plant factory for moth pheromone production.
82 Laboratory infection experiments and field data show that emerging infectious diseases of honeybees are widespread infectious agents within the pollinator assemblage; the prevalence of deformed wing virus (DWV) and the parasite Nosema ceranae in honeybees and bumblebees is linked, and sympatric bumblebees and honeybees are infected by the same DWV strains, indicating ongoing disease transmission.
81 Unveiling the mechanism by which microsporidian parasites prevent locust swarm behavior.
80 Social insect queens use an ancient, evolutionarily conserved class of pheromones to prevent worker reproduction.
79 The locust genome provides insight into swarm formation and long-distance flight.
78 Functionally Different Pads on the Same Foot Allow Control of Attachment: Stick Insects Have Load-Sensitive “Heel” Pads for Friction and Shear-Sensitive “Toe” Pads for Adhesion.
77 A neurotoxic pesticide changes the outcome of aggressive interactions between native and invasive ants.
76 How ticks get under your skin: insertion mechanics of the feeding apparatus of Ixodes ricinus ticks.
75 Neonicotinoid clothianidin adversely affects insect immunity and promotes replication of a viral pathogen in honey bees.
74 A universal strategy for visually guided landing.
73 Insights into insect wing origin provided by functional analysis of vestigial in the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum.
72 Diesel exhaust rapidly degrades floral odours used by honeybees.
71 Weather Forecasting by Insects: Modified Sexual Behaviour in Response to Atmospheric Pressure Changes.
70 Ascosphaera callicarpa, a New Species of Bee-Loving Fungus, with a Key to the Genus for Europe.
69 Chemically armed mercenary ants protect fungus-farming societies.
68 Functional gears are involved in the ballistic jumping movements of the flightless planthopper insect, Issus.