The DNA of Hundreds of Insect Species Is in Your Tea
U.S. · SCIENCE
July 20, 20225 min read1095 words
Published: July 20, 2022  |  5 min read1095 words
If the leaves from a tea bag could tell their stories, they would paint a picture of a thousand fleeting interactions. Bees landed on them while pollinating flowers. Caterpillars chewed on them and built cocoons near them. Spiders tethered webs to them.But many of the relationshi...
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Aug 18
Great article presenting all the benefits from examining tea leaves in order to figure out insect population as a way of not only pest control but also to make sure of which kinds of insects are dying out from climate change, as well as a way to protect ourselves against it or to save them. All told in a very didactic manner, and a cohesive narrative.
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