Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Hexapoda Class: Insecta Order: Odonata Suborder: Zygoptera Identification Like dragonflies, damselflies have two sets of wings. What sets them apart is that all four wings of the damselfly are identical in shape and are wider at the tip, they also taper inward where they connect to the body (think of a teardrop shape). The most obvious […]
A commentary on Smith's review of premeditated and coincidental sustainability practices in pre-Columbian times.
Find out more about the geographical distribution of flora and fauna across the Show Me state.
Dig beneath the surface and discover Missouri's rich geological history of volcanic calderas.
Case studies of three common Missouri species that emphasize the importance of the state's biodiversity.
Comprehensive summaries of two articles about trapping from the Missouri Conservationist journal.
An overview of the pollinator deficiency and a call for the agribusiness industry's restoration of natural ecosystems.
Learn more about the history, processes, regulatory controls, environmental effects, and facilities of Missouri mining.
Information on the impact of one of the most costly and devastating floods in United States history.
Want to know the difference between a perennial stream, an ephemeral stream, and an intermittent stream?
Elk lived in Missouri until 1865. Nearly 150 years after their extirpation, citizens began pushing for their restoration.
Their journey to the Pacific was difficult, but they stayed sane by recording their thoughts and experiences.