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Book Review – The Sting of the Wild by Justin O. Schmidt by Vishy's Blog

‘The Sting of the Wild‘ is about stinging insects. In the first part of the book which runs into five chapters, Schmidt gives us an introduction to stinging insects and talks about how their stinging capability might have evolved from an evolutionary perspective. 133 more words

Beekeeping

New Associate Editor: Johan Kotze

Today, we are pleased to be welcoming a new member of the Methods in Ecology and Evolution Associate Editor Board. Johan Kotze joins us from the University of Helsinki, Finland and you can find out a little more about him below. 122 more words

Journal Updates

The entomological diversity of Pokémon

Rebecca N. Kittel

Museum Wiesbaden, Hessisches Landesmuseum für Kunst und Natur, Wiesbaden, Germany.

Email: rebecca.n.kittel (at) gmail (dot) com.

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Pocket Monsters or as they are better known, Pokémon, are playable monsters which first appeared in the 1990’s as a video game in Japan, but soon expanded worldwide. 6,081 more words

Video Games

Malham Tarn Yorkshire Field Studies Council

Yorkshire dales is a beautiful place and I was lucky enough to attend Malham Tarn for a week to do a ecology course run by the BES (British Ecological Society) It was great to be surrounded by like minded people but who also had all of their own specific interests relating to all things biological. 504 more words