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|Love and CricketsA new exhibit at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia celebrates the work of an artist who is also the world’s authority on grasshoppers and crickets.By Cristina Luiggi|
|Opinion: Diversity for Conservationists and BiotaConservation biologists must reflect on the nation’s changing demographics to save the organisms they strive to protect.By Columbus H. Brown and Roel R. Lopez|
|Atlas of the AtmosphereThe air is teeming with microbes, and scientists are finally starting to understand how they influence everything from meteorology to epidemiology.By Vanessa Schipani|
|Cataloging LifeCan a single barcode of DNA record biodiversity and keep us safe from poisons?By Bob Grant|
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