It’s not smog or smoke making the sky more colorful.
People often say baby rattlesnake bites are more dangerous than adult rattlesnake bites. Is the conventional wisdom correct?
A reader finds a small brown moth, the type you regularly see under porchlights. Where do you begin to identify it?
A reader found a huge spider. Is it a tarantula?
An Ask the Naturalist reader finds some egg-looking things on Juncus leaves. What are they?
A few ideas.
Moths often get sidelined as the country cousins of butterflies. But they have their own beauty and utility as some of the best pollinators around.
While there are few hard and fast rules in the natural world, here are a some things to look for when trying to determine the sex of a lizard.