From @mookaqueen on Twitter - Blue banded bees were cold-not moving much today in #Canberra Do they hang on by their jaws @Mikey_Whitehead  #wildoz

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From @mookaqueen on Twitter - Blue banded bees were cold-not moving much today in #Canberra Do they hang on by their jaws @Mikey_Whitehead #wildoz

National Insect Week encourages people of all ages to learn more about insects. Every two years, the Royal Entomological Society organises t...

National Insect Week encourages people of all ages to learn more about insects. Every two years, the Royal Entomological Society organises t...

STUDENT ACTIVITY - Identifying bugs -  In this activity, students use the web resource ‘What is this bug?’ from Landcare Research to identify an insect. This easy-to-use web page allows students to learn more about insects.

STUDENT ACTIVITY - Identifying bugs - In this activity, students use the web resource ‘What is this bug?’ from Landcare Research to identify an insect. This easy-to-use web page allows students to learn more about insects.

A glow in the dark earthworm!! O. multiporus is also unusual because it is bioluminescent. O. multiporus squirts out coelomic fluid from its mouth, anus and dorsal (underside) pores when it is disturbed. The fluid emits a bright orange-yellow light that glows in the dark. It has recently been discovered that the fluid glows in different colours depending on the age of the earthworm....

A glow in the dark earthworm!! O. multiporus is also unusual because it is bioluminescent. O. multiporus squirts out coelomic fluid from its mouth, anus and dorsal (underside) pores when it is disturbed. The fluid emits a bright orange-yellow light that glows in the dark. It has recently been discovered that the fluid glows in different colours depending on the age of the earthworm....

INFO SHEET - Honey bees (Apis mellifera) are the most important pollinators of many cultivated food crops and other flowering plants. These plants would be in trouble without bees, and so would we.

INFO SHEET - Honey bees (Apis mellifera) are the most important pollinators of many cultivated food crops and other flowering plants. These plants would be in trouble without bees, and so would we.

Meet Fred the Thread... possibly the world’s thinnest caterpillar?? Find out how and why Fred's scientific name came from the infamous Houdini.

Meet Fred the Thread... possibly the world’s thinnest caterpillar?? Find out how and why Fred's scientific name came from the infamous Houdini.

INTERACTIVE STUDENT ACTIVITY - Wormface – social networking for earthworms - In this activity, students research an earthworm of their choice before completing a Wormface profile for their earthworm. This activity is designed to replicate the creation of an online social networking profile (like Facebook) and requires computer access.

INTERACTIVE STUDENT ACTIVITY - Wormface – social networking for earthworms - In this activity, students research an earthworm of their choice before completing a Wormface profile for their earthworm. This activity is designed to replicate the creation of an online social networking profile (like Facebook) and requires computer access.

SCIENCE STORY - Earthworms - To most of us, one earthworm resembles another. Although earthworms do have common characteristics, species differ widely in their size, skin colour and in the roles they play in the soil ecosystem.

SCIENCE STORY - Earthworms - To most of us, one earthworm resembles another. Although earthworms do have common characteristics, species differ widely in their size, skin colour and in the roles they play in the soil ecosystem.

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