A scientist unravels the evolution of anthropods, a photographer gets intimate with the bee and its stinger, an angry tree frog displays a bum-shaking warning and the International Institute for Species Exploration announces the Best Species of 2009. Here are highlights in ecology from the third week in May.

Source: EcoTone

More on ecology:

  1. Report Hails Classification of 18,225 New Live Species, 2,140 Fossil Species — and a Cool Top 10 List
  2. From the Community: Ecology in uncommon roles
  3. Sexually-mature tortoises are at greatest risk of disease
  4. ESA Policy News: May 21
  5. When habitat destruction is extremely subtle