For the day of the pride friki of two years ago, it happened to me to compile entomological references in Naruto and the result was entomological Jutsus, an entry that an outstanding figure of the blog considered.
Today I have published the entry in Museum of the Science although with numerous corrections and progress to make her more adapted for a science blog. For it, I have promoted the informative facet adding an introduction to the Japanese cultural entomology then to speak about the sleeve and his animated version and to end with a compilation of references and skills ninjas entomological and his real compensation (whenever it has been possible) in insects and chandeliers.
What do have in common the insects parasite of the Aburame with the ants Pseudomyrmex ferruginea or Pseudomyrmex spinicola?. This one and similar curious and surprising others between skills ninjas in Naruto and real skills of insects and chandeliers appear in the corrected and increased version of entomological Jutsus for Museum of the Science. Image of Pseudomyrmex spinicola of Alex Wild.
The result is an informative narutoentomofrikada that pop mixes cultural entomology, culture Japanese and entomology. Perhaps I have had left a little long, but the fact is that I take weakness as the kilometric earnings.