The Entomological Society of America is removing the names for a moth and an ant from its Common Names of Insects and Related Organisms List because they include a word deemed a racial slur.
Those are the “gypsy moth” and the “gypsy ant.”
The decision is a part of an effort by the ESA to identify and change traditional names that include negative ethnic or racial stereotypes.
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