Category Archives: Invertebrates

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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Vacationing test in Wordpress 

Heading across the Atlantic for two weeks of naturey goodness along with tasty bread. So better test if this posting app works. And here’s a caterpillar as thanks for being a test subject. 

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Cell phone lenses are awesome

There are not a lot of giraffes in North Carolina. But there are a lot of bugs. If you want to go look at wildlife, you will be happier if you  are satisfied with microfauna. And, since any good safari needs … Continue reading

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Sippin’ weather

Still hot. Not has hot as it has been, but still pretty hot. You probably need something to drink if you’re going to be outside. Probably something requiring a straw, just like this eastern tiger swallowtail, Papilio glaucus, is equipped with … Continue reading

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