An amateur entomologist has discovered a black-bee fly in his garden.
Your wild question answered by entomologist Richard Jones.
Green butterflies (and moths) are rare across the globe, but why? Entomologist, and BBC Wildlife contributor, Richard Jones answers your wild question.
Flower-rich habitats are crucial for the survival of bumblebee families.
Every few seconds a honeybee hive will let out a little ‘whoop’.
More than a quarter of Europe’s insects of the Orthoptera order are at risk of extinction.
Zoologist and author Jules Howard answers your wild question.
Results from the UK citizen science study, Big Butterfly Count 2017, have painted a concerning and somewhat puzzling picture of the state of Britain’s butterflies.
The rare willow emerald damselfly has been seen for the first time as far west as Buckinghamshire in the UK.
Discover fascinating facts about this often overlooked insect.