Category Archives: Invertebrates

And now, your weekly moth

Gotta admit, that’s a pretty nice moth. Interesting how the leading edge of the front wings looks so much like the scuppernong vine it’s resting on.

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Happy bees

So maybe they’re not happy. It’s hard to tell, what with them being tiny and all and not having eyebrows.  But they seem active after being in their new hive for a week.    

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Socks and bees

Tiny sweaters are getting boring. Time to move onto tiny socks, but a new beehive needs watching. Providing the beehive with a convenient bee watching stump allows socks to be knitted and bees to be watched simultanously. Also, since the … Continue reading

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Bees

You know what this farm needs? Fifty thousand stinging insects. Cats are indecisive if this is good or not.

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On the knitting of Moths

Ha! Found another website of a person making needlecraft models. This time it’s  Max’s World, Max Alexander, knitting, and moths. Most excellent moths. No patterns available unfortunately, but you can enjoy the moths and maybe buy one, which she would probably … Continue reading

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Damn it! It’s January!

Snowed in for a week, followed by nice warm weather, resulting in the first tick bite of the season. Bastard.

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Welcome home mantid

Finally home, after a few weeks of European galavanting. Apparently this mantis had been waiting.

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