Two widely used pesticides appear to be making honeybees abandon their hives during inopportune seasons, a new study suggests.
An international team's groundbreaking research has revealed a new approach for better understanding the harmful effects pesticides have on aquatic invertebrates like shrimps and snails.
Clothes, shoes and now ladybugs can be found in abundance at the Mall of America located in Bloomington, Minn.
Honeybee deaths are on the rise and researchers believe the 40-50 percent decline in population is due to pesticides. Honeybees have been dying in masses for several years, but this year the deaths have spiked even more, according to commercial beekeepers.
In an effort to forestall a European ban on their pesticides, manufacturers Syngenta and Bayer are putting forth a plan to support bee health.
Two new studies explain how pesticides may be contributing to the decline in bee populations.
Pesticides are playing a significant role in the population decline of amphibians, according to a new research.