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Podcast: May Berenbaum Discusses Insect Personalities

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May Berenbaum, University of Illinois Entomologist, provides insights on research revealing that insects — even within their own species — have different personalities.

Brad Harbison | April 17, 2013

May Berenbaum, University of Illinois Entomologist, provides insights on research revealing that insects — even within their own species — have different personalities. This topic was the focus of PCT’s March cover story "Mr. Personality."

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