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Ant Traffic Flow: Raiding swarms with few rules avoid gridlock
December 21, 2002
Volume 162, No. 25, p. 388

Whazzits get their own insect order
April 27, 2002
Volume 161, No. 17, p. 270

Meeting Danielle the Tarantula
February 9, 2002
Volume 161, No. 6, p. 90

Psst. This fly's ears can rival a cat's (PDF)
November 11, 2000
Volume 158, No. 20, p. 308

Snapping shrimp whip up a riot of bubbles (PDF)
September 23, 2000
Volume 158, No. 13, p. 199

Wasps: Mom doesn't like you best (PDF)
July 22, 2000
Volume 158, No. 4, p. 59

Excuse me, dear, which octopus are you? (PDF)
July 22, 2000
Volume 158, No. 4, p. 59

How butterflies can eat cyanide (PDF)
July 22, 2000
Volume 158, No. 4, p. 59

Cicada Subtleties (PDF)
June 24, 2000
Volume 157, No. 26, p. 408

Common antibiotic may cure river blindness (PDF)
June 17, 2000
Volume 157, No. 25, p. 389

The whole beehive gets a fever … (PDF)
May 27, 2000
Volume 157, No. 22, p. 341

Hungry spiders tune up web jiggliness (PDF)
March 25, 2000
Volume 157, No. 13, p. 198

What's learning to a grasshopper? (PDF)
March 18, 2000
Volume 157, No. 12, p. 184