Climate chaos? Insects will thrive in an ever-warming world, scientists say

A dragonfly sits on the grass by the pond at Glenmere Park in Greeley, Colorado on Monday, July 14, 2014.

Michigan State University (MSU) biologists studied damselflies – which look like dragonflies and are abundant as both predators and prey in wetlands – to understand what happens throughout their life cycle , from nymph to winged insect, as well as what they eat, when summers get warmer and longer, according to MSU Today. Now, a … Read more