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Creepy-Crawly Insects for Halloween:
This wasp, Philolema palanichamyi, is one of several related species that uses spider eggs as a host to lay its eggs. Learn more.
Our Work Continues
See our latest images of ARS scientists, researchers, and support staff across the country as they continue to do essential work through this challenging time.
An ARS plant physiologist is using ancient apples to improve the breeding and cultivating of apples through genomics research. Learn more.
Congratulations! ARS's Amy Vincent elected to the National Academy of Medicine for her groundbreaking research and improvements on swine vaccines and swine influenza. Learn more.
ARS Featured Photo: Flowers in Your Garden! Learn more.
ARS delivers scientific solutions to national and global agricultural challenges. Learn more about ARS research accomplishments in the latest ARS Annual Report on Science.