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Turtle nestin’ time

Getting hot. Finally stopped raining. And the pond turtles are out. There are nests everywhere, if you know what to look for. Most of them will be broken into by dogs and raccoons. Damn mammals. This female was found laying her eggs … Continue reading

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A solid turtle

Working on a Sarracenia (a pitcher plant) right now, so I will post a project finished a while back. This box turtle is used to keep the kitchen garbage can a few inches away from the wall so that it … Continue reading

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Chelydra serpentina. Yeah, more turtles……

It’s been a solid month of stitching turtles. There are too many damn turtles and TurtleFest is coming up. There have been requests from colleagues that I work on some arthropods after I am over the turtles. Too many damn … Continue reading

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Basics on Terrapene carolina, with embroidery

TurtleFest is coming up. In preparation, I am designing a sampler of the common turtles of the Piedmont, which is rather tricky as there are WAY too many turtles and most of them look like brown slimy rocks. Here’s the … Continue reading

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