The Collophore Helps Put the Spring in Springtails

By Erin Weeks In 2000, a government building in Maryland had a bit of a springtail infestation on its grounds. Whenever it rained during humid months, springtails swarmed the lawn. These damp-loving hexapods in the order Collembola are harmless to humans and are rarely even noticed, despite being one of the most abundant animals found […]

Source: Entomology Today

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