Sunday, September 15, 2013


Tiny bones with trochanters that are shaped and work like gears in the nymphs of a common insect - Issus Coeleoptratus,  found in Britain help this species of planthoppers to, well, hop plants very efficiently. This is a perfect example of something we thought to be a human invention for so long that already exists in nature.

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