They might look like harmless grasshoppers, but locusts have an appetite for destruction.
A kissing bug gorges on your blood, plus it may carry a potentially deadly parasite.
Skeleton shrimp anatomy can be confusing, with their funky assortment of body parts.
Most damselflies prefer sun, but the quirky San Francisco forktail damselfly digs the fog.
Horseshoe crabs may look scary, but really they’re lovers, not fighters.
Hermit crabs are more than happy to let snails build them a perfect home.
The drama is real for this sultry flower, a gorgeous butterfly and an unlucky fungus gnat.
The hydra, named after a mythical multiheaded monster, may be the secret to eternal youth.
This fly’s larvae tunnel inside greens like arugula and kale, leaving squiggly marks.
Female aphids are matriarchs of a successful family operation — taking over your garden.
Firebrats and silverfish are pretty darn similar to some of the earliest insects on Earth.
After sunset, tiny crustaceans called beach hoppers emerge from sandy underground burrows.
California oak moth caterpillars eat all the leaves on an oak. Will the tree survive?