Cicadas Likely Captured On Weather Radar In Maryland As Peak Season UnderwayCicadas are in peak around Maryland, covering everything outside and buzzing loudly. But they are so bad here, they are likely being captured on weather radar.
It's 'Highly Unlikely' That 'Murder Hornet' Is In Maryland, State Says After Getting Many Calls When Insect Was Found In Washington StateMaryland's Department of Agriculture told residents if anyone has found a suspicious insect on their property, to send pictures to email@example.com.
Mild Winter Could Mean Trouble For Maryland's Bee PopulationWhile many humans are quite content with the lack of snow Baltimore has seen so far this winter, the warmer conditions might cause problems for some of the insects we depend on for food.
This Scientist Wants To Feed The World With Maggot Sausage, Insect Ice Creamis exploring how maggots, locusts and other "alternative" proteins might be used or added to a range of specialty foods.
Massive Insect Decline Could Have 'Catastrophic' Environmental Impact, Study SaysInsect populations are declining precipitously worldwide due to pesticide use and other factors, with a potentially "catastrophic" effect on the planet, a study has warned.
Researchers Discover Monstrous Stinger On Wasp In The AmazonResearchers from the University of Turku in Finland were surprised by the super-sized stinger found on Clistopyga crassicaudata.
Cockroach Milk? Experts Call Insect Dairy The Next SuperfoodScientists found that the Pacific Beetle cockroach of Hawaii possesses nutrient-filled milk crystals.
Baltimore Sees Huge Spike In Bed Bug Infestations Baltimore is seeing a huge spike in bed bug infestations.
Maryland Using Insects To Battle Invasive SpeciesMaryland is using insects to fight invasive species.
Sunday February 19, 2012Featured on the Morning Edition are the latest insect exhibit at the Maryland Science Center and tips on using your gadgets to save money.