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3 December 2016

A tiny wasp could save Christmas Island’s spectacular red crabs from crazy ants [The Guardian]

In what could be the most closely scrutinised biological control project in Australia, a 2mm wasp is being released to control a deadly ant infestation.

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3 December 2016

Biologists unlock 51.7-million-year-old genetic secret to landmark Darwin theory [Phys]

Scientists have identified the cluster of genes responsible for reproductive traits in the Primula flower, first noted as important by Charles Darwin more than 150 years ago.

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3 December 2016

Une sauterelle épineuse australienne faire fuir un oiseau grâce à ses pattes [Ornithomedia]

Pour la première fois, des entomologistes australiens ont observé un orthoptère du genre Phricta frapper un oiseau avec ses pattes.

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3 December 2016

Bees of the sea: Tiny crustaceans pollinate underwater plants [New Scientist]

Seagrass pollen swirls around on currents and tides, but it turns out that the grains can also hitch a ride on tiny marine creatures. Underwater invertebrates can ferry pollen between flowers, in the same way that bees and other animals pollinate plants on land.

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3 December 2016

Researchers may have found first polluted river from before Bronze Age [Phys]

Industrial pollution may seem like a modern phenomenon, but in fact, an international team of researchers may have discovered what could be the world’s first polluted river, contaminated approximately 7,000 years ago.

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