plants & fungi


plants & fungi

Who is Eating Your Pumpkins?

October 31, 2017

plants & fungi

A Fig with a View

June 13, 2017

plants & fungi

L.A.'s Super Bloom

April 4, 2017

plants & fungi

L.A.'s Street Trees

March 30, 2017

plants & fungi

Exploring Urban Nature in South L.A.

February 28, 2017

plants & fungi

#Parasiteweek: Fly Attacks Caterpillar

August 12, 2016

plants & fungi

The Birds and the Bees of Ladybug STDs

August 9, 2016

plants & fungi

A Microscopic Look at Snail Jaws

July 5, 2016

plants & fungi

Stink Beetle Hits the Trails

June 28, 2016

plants & fungi

City Nature Challenge: L.A. vs S.F.

March 15, 2016

plants & fungi

Deep L.A. History at the Tar Pits

March 1, 2016

plants & fungi

Studying Lizard Love Through Citizen Science

February 23, 2016

plants & fungi

A Pomace Fly Invasion

January 12, 2016

plants & fungi

Oothe-whata?

December 1, 2015

plants & fungi

Introducing Your Los Angeles Snails!

September 25, 2015

plants & fungi

Meet the Insects of L.A. City Hall

September 20, 2015

plants & fungi

A Charm of Hummingbirds in DTLA

September 10, 2015

plants & fungi

Los Angeles is Being Invaded by Frogs!

September 8, 2015

plants & fungi

Walnuts, anyone?

July 9, 2015

plants & fungi

Rare Nine-spotted Ladybug Found in L.A.!

June 17, 2015

plants & fungi

The Flight of Monarch Butterfly 64365

May 20, 2015

plants & fungi

Why Bother With Urban Biodiversity?

March 6, 2015

plants & fungi

We Found Bats Living at the La Brea Tar Pits!

October 9, 2014

plants & fungi

Bugs OUTSIDE of BioSCAN

September 13, 2014

plants & fungi

No, it's Not an Ant!

June 12, 2014

plants & fungi

Mega-moths in the City

June 6, 2014

plants & fungi

Molten Aluminum + Ants = BUG FAIR!

May 15, 2014

plants & fungi

Going Native

May 8, 2014

plants & fungi

Flat-headed Fig Invaders from Outer Space!

March 25, 2014

plants & fungi

Oak Wasp Galls

October 31, 2013

plants & fungi

Nature's Tiniest Potters

September 9, 2013

plants & fungi

Take a Moment to Listen to the Trees

August 21, 2013

plants & fungi

Bee Sex in the Nature Gardens

June 19, 2013

plants & fungi

LA 2050: Vote for NHMLA

April 3, 2013

plants & fungi

Ladybugs Make Me Smile

January 18, 2013

plants & fungi

Peculiar Puliciphora, the Wingless Wonder

January 7, 2013

plants & fungi

Weevil is as Weevil Does: Total Agave Meltdown

December 13, 2012

plants & fungi

A Plague of Grasshoppers on Figueroa?

November 30, 2012

plants & fungi

Kinky Bug Found in Museum's Gardens

September 26, 2012

plants & fungi

More L.A. Mushrooms

August 24, 2012

plants & fungi

Who are Those Ants in Our Homes and Gardens?

August 11, 2012

plants & fungi

Edible Nature

June 29, 2012

plants & fungi

Charismatic Microfauna in the North Campus

June 22, 2012

plants & fungi

North Campus Unveiled with a Bang and a Bug!

April 20, 2012

plants & fungi

North Campus DIY

March 30, 2012

plants & fungi

Thorny Devils in the Garden

March 9, 2012

plants & fungi

Killer Legs: Crab Spider Wins Prize with Eight!

February 29, 2012

plants & fungi

American Goldfinches Find Feeders and Get Counted

February 17, 2012

plants & fungi

Blooming Agaves

February 11, 2012

plants & fungi

First Baby Oaks Sprout Up in the North Campus

February 2, 2012

plants & fungi

Unusual Bird Sighting: Common Yellowthroat

January 27, 2012

plants & fungi

Aphid Eating Flower Fly Found in North Campus

January 20, 2012

plants & fungi

Walking Sticks Mysteriously Appear in Museum

January 5, 2012

plants & fungi

First Raccoon Recorded in North Campus

December 16, 2011

plants & fungi

Praying Mantis

November 4, 2011

plants & fungi

North Campus Monarchs

October 13, 2011

plants & fungi

First Caterpillar Record for North Campus!

October 5, 2011

plants & fungi

Paper Wasps Sting Museum Taxidermist!

September 12, 2011

plants & fungi

Dinosaurs Open Part of North Campus!

July 14, 2011

plants & fungi

Bushtits Move In

April 29, 2011

plants & fungi

North Campus Pill Bugs

April 22, 2011

plants & fungi

New Trees for Transition Garden

March 16, 2011