New Whirligig Beetle Showcases U.S. Biodiversity Hotspot

By Leslie Mertz Back in April, University of New Mexico Ph.D. candidate Grey Gustafson was on the hunt for a particular species of whirligig beetle in Alabama’s Conecuh National Forest, but something else caught his eye. He saw a few dozen other whirligig beetles making their spinning circles across the surface of a river, and […]

Source: Entomology Today

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